Narangba Nursery Hits the Market as Owners Embark on New Chapter

Narangba Nursery, a thriving 2-hectare plant nursery, has recently hit the market, marking the end of an era for its owners, Andrew and Melody Greenhow. 

Since its inception in 2017 at 481 Narangba Rd, the nursery has witnessed a remarkable 30 per cent annual growth in sales. The Greenhows, who have poured their heart and soul into nurturing this enterprise from the ground up, are now bidding farewell to their beloved establishment for personal reasons.

A Bittersweet Decision

The Greenhows, who have garnered a loyal customer base over the years, made the heartfelt announcement on Thursday, revealing their intention to sell the nursery. They disclosed that expressions of interest were already pouring in and that they were eager to proceed with a sale as swiftly as possible to embark on a new chapter in their lives.

“Because this is a sale of a business/land/property due to a relationship breakdown (divorce) we both want to settle and sell this asap. We will be selling as a working business,”  the former couple disclosed.

Notably, the nursery had recently been offering an enticing 50 percent discount on its products to clear out existing stock. However, after consulting with their real estate team, the Greenhows decided to halt this generous promotion. Andrew and Melody Greenhow reassured their customers. 

“We will still have outstanding prices that beat the competition but just putting a stop to the 50 percent off insanity.”

“We are very sad as this is an end of an era for us but it’s best for both of us to do this. We have literally built this up from absolutely nothing to something quite amazing. Just imagine working from home to this picturesque land working with plants and making a great income doing it. A once in a lifetime experience but sadly one dream we have to let go of.”

Photo Credit: Narangba Nursery

A Unique Offering

The five-acre Narangba Nursery is advertised as flood-free land and comes equipped with high-speed satellite internet, a four-bedroom house with a rumpus room, a $70,000 tractor, a spacious powered shed, a 13-meter deck, a large pergola within the nursery, two dams that maintain water levels year-round to an impressive seven to eight meters, and a 38-meter deep water bore boasting “virtually unlimited clean salt-free water.”

Narangba Nursery has been recognised for its specialisation in growing native and exotic plants known for their value as providers and pollinators, with a focus on offering an extensive range of native and fruit trees.

Customers and well-wishers have flooded the Greenhows’ announcement with supportive comments. One person wished them “the best of luck for a speedy resolution,” while another expressed gratitude for the trees purchased from the nursery, which will continue to flourish in Narangba for years to come.

Published 16-Jan-2024