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We believe that everyone can have a garden that is not only productive, but beautiful as well. For over 35 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 ofsome of our best heirloom vegetable seeds to get your garden growing; Beetroot Globe, Cucumber Double Yield, Tomato Tigerella and Zucchini Black Beauty. 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.

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Diggers Exclusive: Artisan-style Gardening Tools

Diggers Gardening Tools are high-performance, artisan-styled tools that not only look great, they get the job done! 

Diggers Gardening Tools have been designed with the passionate gardener in mind. Our Ten Year Guarantee against manufacturing defects ensures the high-quality performance our gardeners have come to know and love.

Each tool is crafted from sustainable hardwood and features an elegant stainless-steel head for strength.

Member prices start at just $12.95 for a hand trowel ($19.95 for non-members). Browse the full range of Diggers Garden Tools.

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Diggers Festive Gardens 2017 Magazine

In this issue:

♦ Penny Blazey reviews the history of manuka honey.

♦ Georgina Reid wonders if gardening can change the world.

♦ Clive Blazey explores the legacy of the Seed Savers Exchange.

Plus there's more stories from Clive and Georgina, all the Christmas gifts you could want for the gardener in your life, plus flowers, vegies and more.

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Tough, beautiful bulbs to plant now!

For Autumn returns, it pays to plant drought hardy bulbs now

Most autumn flowering bulbs hide underground during the hot summer and show themselves only when the real heat subsides, making them seriously drought hardy.

The easiest of all bulbs to grow, throw them into your garden and you'll enjoy spectacular Autumn blooms for years to come. Browse our range of drought hardy bulbs.

For bulbs that bloom in early summer

Discover our extended range of bulbs which includes the classic heirloom White Settlers Iris.

Diggers Garden and Environment Trust

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 Garden and Environment Trust in 2011.

“We established the Diggers Garden and Environment Trust 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 Trust strives to conserve historic gardens, buildings and cultural heritage and to protect heirloom seeds.

Christmas Order Deadlines

The last days for placing orders in time for Christmas delivery are fast approaching. 

December 11: ACT, NSW, QLD, SA

December 14: Victoria

Avoid disappointment, shop today.

Members Save 50% on Diggers 2018 Gardening Diary and Calendar Combo. Now $19.95!

Our beautifully illustrated 2018 Gardeners Diary is every gardener's dream, and is a practical reference packed with seasonal information and advice. Combined with our 40th Anniversay Heirloom Calendar, you have the perfect treat for yourself, or the passionate gardener in your life. Order Now!

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Give a Diggers Club Membership For Christmas!

Share the excitement of growing your own food and flowers with your green thumb friends by giving a Diggers Club gift membership this Christmas.

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Thinking About Summer?

Love the idea of enjoying your garden in summer not just in spring? Check out this summer perennial garden ideas for a bit of flower inspiration. Click here

Festive Gardens Out Now

In this issue:

♦ Penny Blazey reviews the history of manuka honey.

♦ Georgina Reid wonders if gardening can change the world.

♦ Clive Blazey explores the legacy of the Seed Savers Exchange.

Plus there's more stories from Clive and Georgina, all the Christmas gifts you could want for the gardener in your life, plus flowers, vegies and more.

Gallery Heronswood now open!

Gallery Heronswood, a space that brings together art and nature to explain pollination and the history of heirlooms, is open from this weekend. Come and see the story of pollination captured in a spectacular sculpture by artist Kate Rohde.

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