DUE TO UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND
WE ARE FORCED TO CLOSE THE SHOP.
UNFORTUNATELY WE RAN OUT OF SEED PACKETS BEFORE WE DID SEED –
AND ETA FOR MORE PACKETS HAS BEEN PUSHED BEYOND JUNE!
ORDERS TO WA WILL BE SENT FRIDAY 27 – AND THE OPEN ORDERING TIME FOR WA WILL ALSO BE CLOSED.
In these strange times (we’re calling it a dress rehearsal for the apocalypse) It’s good to reflect on the potential positive outcomes and if it means we have more gardeners, then we’re creating greater resilience for ourselves and our communities – literally from the ground up.
if you don’t already save your own seed, then now’s a good time to learn how. We have free resources on our website to help make it easier – check the MENU for links
STAY SAFE – STAY KIND
We currently grow 90% of seed for sale.
Approx 400 varieties.
We grow organically using methods that sequester soil carbon and foster soil life.
Shipping is a flat rate of $6 per order across Australia with an option of Express Posting at $12.
Orders to Western Australia are currently OPEN
All orders will be sent on Tuesday – March 31
We will cover the cost of quarantine fees on your behalf
What CANNOT be sent to WA
If these are ordered we will substitute for a variety that can:
- Strawberry Spinach
- Wild Pepino
- Milk Thistle
- Cucamelon/Mouse Melon
- Siberian Motherwort
- Achocha Cucumber
Payments are via Paypal. If you don’t have a Paypal account you can still order through the system via Paypal with a Credit Card – look for the tick box option.
Postage takes 1-2 days within Tasmania and 7-10 days to the mainland.
We package orders using BetterPackaging.co’s Real Dirt Bags which are 100% backyard compostable/and or recycled materials.
Happy Gardening 🙂
Due to the Bush fires in Jan/Feb 2019 we removed insect proofing from all of our tomatoes and beans to avoid potential plastic contamination of the soil in either an ember attack or fire. Fortunately – the fire didn’t quite reach us – unfortunately the bumblebees had a ball visiting all the extra flowers.
Click on the red Bush Fire Series image to know how to identify the varieties of seed that may have been cross-pollinated – and what that means for you.