39 YEARS IN THE HERBAL TRADE
AUSTRALIAN OWNED AND OPERATED
CERTIFIED "A"GRADE ORGANIC
Pleasanceherbs have a Very Large Range of Organic Seed for You to Choose From.
Medicinal Herb Seeds
Bulk Sprouting Seeds
Where do we come from?
Martin & Pleasance Pharmaceuticals Melbourne was born from my Grandfather Charles Pleasance. His parents moved to Melbourne Victoria in 1853.
Charles opened his own Homeopathic chemist store on 11th May 1872, at 5 Sturt Street in Ballarat.
Charles Pleasance became the third Lord Mayor of Melbourne (1904 – 1905). Check this history of our family...
Charles's sons Phil and brother Guy Pleasance both became chemists and kept on the Pharmacy in 180 Collins St Melbourne, both have since deceased and passed on the business to other families in Melbourne.
Editor: Andrew Pleasance
Stock the largest range of Medicinal Herb Seed in Australia.
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HERB SPECIFICATIONS & GROWING NOTES ON HERBS
DRYING MACHINERY - NURSERY AND AGRICULTURAL STUFF
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ONLINE STORE NEWS
CUSTOMERS PLEASE NOTE
At present our online store orders are all caught up, but the freight in & out is holding orders up at the moment.
Please order anything you need in the meantime and expect them to be processed soon, thank you.
I am available for consulting growers on the aspects of setting up a Medicinal Herb and Vegetable business for added income to their day job. Can be very profitable ...if you know how!!
New Solar Water Pumping Equipment
Small $1600, Med $1700, Large $1800
A new version of our grower pak is now available for those intending to grow herbs and vegetables on a larger scale
than the back yard.
Packed full of information of setting up a herb or vegetable farm and making a living from it. Not much space is needed and when you get a bit mechanized you can make a good living from it.
Check it out in detail at this spot
Echinacea crop for fresh plant tinctures sold to Mediherb in Qld. It was pulled up by potato digger, as the whole plant with the roots was needed - Crop costs $2950, profit was $7500, in December, then the next crop we harvested in May the following year was a $9450 profit. We grew & harvested Echinacea purpurea for three more years after that.
The town of Kyogle Northern NSW is in the mountains in the background.