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Join the Diggers Club and get your garden growing

We believe that everyone can have a garden that is not only productive, but beautiful as well. For 40 years we have worked to find the best plants for Australian gardens. As a Diggers Club member, you'll be given all the help you need to succeed in the garden. 

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Special 2 year membership offer - Free Spring Vegie Seed Pack When You Join!
Join The Diggers Club today for two years and you'll receive 4 free packets of some of our best heirloom vegetable seeds to get your garden growing; Spring Onion Red, Carrot ‘St Valery’, Broccoli ‘Romanesco’ and Silverbeet ‘Fordhook’. You'll also receive our 'Welcome to the Club' gift pack of 2 free packets of seeds, the current Diggers magazine as well as a copy of the Seed Annual; a complete list of our heirloom vegetable seeds and cottage flowers.

Things to do in November

Feed your plants

The garden will be full of spring colour now and summer perennials will be preparing to flower soon. To get the best display for months on end, feed your plants regularly with a good quality compost or organic fertiliser.

Apply mulch to garden beds

With summer just around the corner, now is the time to mulch garden beds to conserve soil moisture over the drier months to come. A layer of about 8-10cm is generally ideal for most beds.

Keep an eye out for bugs

Pests love to feed on the lush spring growth so at this time of year be ready to act. Aphids are attracted to new growth and can spread diseases from one plant to another. Threat them with a chilli and garlic remedy, soapy water or a leave them to the Lady Bugs!

Festive Garden Magazine OUT NOW!

In this Festive edition we cover autumn bulbs, on all things festive with a 20 page christmas gift guide! Our experts delve into why the wilderness is so precious to us and explore the concept of waste and its correlation to the human way of life. Dont delay, Grab your latest copy now! Shop the festive Magazine now:

♦ Christmas Gifts

♦ Autumn Flowering Bulbs

♦ Collectors Corner 

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The Diggers Foundation

Clive and Penny Blazey, founders of The Diggers Club, gifted ownership of their highly successful garden company, along with family-owned properties Heronswood and St Erth, to The Diggers Foundation (formerly the Diggers Garden and Environment Trust) in 2011.

“We established The Diggers Foundation to ensure that the work we’ve done over more than 30 years in preserving historic gardens and houses as well as the best garden traditions through education will continue forever,” said Clive.

The Foundation strives to conserve historic gardens, buildings and cultural heritage and to protect heirloom seeds and our Vision is:

“To encourage and inspire gardeners to create beautiful and productive gardens for a sustainable future.”

Visit The Diggers Foundation website

Gifts for Gardeners

The Diggers Club has all your festive needs covered this year, with a vast array of beautiful gifts, plants and garden tools you're sure to be a hit with the friends & family! So give the gift that gives all year round!
♦ Shop Indoor Plants
♦ Shop Gifts Under $50.00
♦ Shop kids in the garden
♦ Shop all Christmas Gifts

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Members Spring free seed offer!

Members, it's time to pick your four FREE packets of seed! Choose from vegies, flowers and Gambler's Choice mixes. Just click HERE, make your selction and proceed to checkout


Join indoor plant maestro Jason Chongue of the Plant Society, for an extended workshop talking all things indoors.

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Great Gift Ideas

2019 Diggers Gardening Diary

Starting December 2018, this beautifully illustrated diary will become an invaluable reference and treasured keepsake from your garden for years to come.

2019 Harvest Calendar

Celebrate the seasonality of homegrown produce with stunning harvest calendar! 

Moon Planting Guide

This perpetual moon planting guide makes it even easier for you to use the phases of the moon to plan your gardening activities.

Diggers Organic Pest Control Chart

Can't remember which organic treatment to use for which pest? Then this handy Organic Pest Chart is the ideal reference.

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