Due to unprecedented demand, we are temporarily unable to accept new product orders - but you can still become a member. Whilst we have good supply of products, our priority is to reduce the extensive delays on existing orders. When we re-open our online shop it will be to members only. Please stay safe, and keep checking back here as we will be back up to full service as soon as possible.  See the home page for further COVID-19 information and updates.

Due to unprecedented demand, we are temporarily unable to accept new product orders - but you can still become a member. Whilst we have good supply of products, our priority is to reduce the extensive delays on existing orders. When we re-open our online shop it will be to members only. Please stay safe, and keep checking back here as we will be back up to full service as soon as possible.  See the home page for further COVID-19 information and updates.

Australia's favourite gardening club

Growing your own food and creating your own beautiful garden has never been easier! The Diggers Club is Australia's largest garden club with over 40 years experience in providing the best range of heirloom seeds and plants. Members enjoy 6 magazines per year, 8 free packets of seed per year, member discounts on all products, free expert horticultural advice and much more.

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COVID-19 UPDATE: 30 MARCH

Over the last few weeks, we have experienced unprecedented demand from our members and customers, and we have been working overtime to process orders, in addition to adhering to new social distancing measures in the workplace. To ensure that we can fulfil all existing orders as soon as possible, while keeping keep our staff safe, we have made the decision to temporarily stop accepting new orders.

If you have an existing order:

  • Please be aware that there are extensive delays. All orders that have been placed to date will be fulfilled as quickly as possible. Delays will stretch up to a few weeks.
  • You will receive a confirmation email once your order has been despatched. Until then, please know that your order has been received and will be sent as quickly as possible.
  • Our customer service team is also working hard to respond to your emails and questions, but there may be up to a week delay in receiving a response.

New orders

  • As of Monday 30th March, we have stopped temporarily accepting new orders in order to enable staff to fulfil our existing orders as quickly as possible.
  • Importantly, we have not run out of stock and will be back up and running, accepting new orders as soon as we can, hopefully in the next week.  

Retail stores

  • Our retail stores continue to remain closed to protect the health of our staff, members and the wider community.

We know that at this uncertain time, gardening is a source of comfort and joy for many people and we will work as hard as possible to keep you gardening during these challenging times.

Jobs To Do Now

Start a vegie patch

Autumn is a great time to start growing your own vegetables and herbs at home. There are lots of crops to sow and grow now including peas, spinach, lettuce, broad beans, radish, broccoli, cabbage and kale. For a full list of what to sow now in your area, visit our seeds to sow section. For tips and tricks on starting your first patch, click here to download our beginners guide.

Plant bulbs!

Whether you like flowers or growing your own food, autumn is the ideal time to plant many spring flowering bulbs. Garlic is available now with mild varieties such as ‘Cream’, right through to the punchier varieties like ‘Dynamite’. And if flowers are your main focus, shop for daffodils, grape hyacinth and tulips.  

Plant perennials

The mild days of autumn are the ideal time to establish your one and two drip perennial plants. Planted now, they have ample time to settle into the garden before the harsh months of summer arrive. It’s the first step in drought-proofing your perennial garden.

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2020 Autumn Garden Magazine Out Now

From growing your own jujubes to protecting your garden in the hot Australian summer. The Diggers Autumn Garden magazine has something for everyone. Inside this edition:

Luca Foglietti goes beyond organics and explores harmonic agriculture.

Heather McKern explores the concept of herbs for health.

Join Julie Willis as she creates Heronswood summer perennial border and explains its subtleties, from plant selection to garden design.

Jac Semmler creates a garden using wilder combinations of annuals and perennials with some breathtaking results.

Plus don't miss our ever-popular speedings, our flower and vegetable varieties are a great way to get a head start on your autumn garden. 

As well as Australia’s best range of perennial flowers, sweet peas and so much more.

Browse our digital magazine now!

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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

View our autumn garden magazine

From growing your own jujubes to protecting your garden in the hot Australian summer. Browse our Diggers autumn magazine now.
In this edition:
♦ Grow your own Australian Garlic

♦ Plant your winter harvest with our limited flower and vegetable speedings!
♦ A tantalising selection of jujubes & avocados, backyard berries, incredible edibles and heirloom stone fruit.

View our autumn garden magazine now.

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Growing from seed - all you need to know.

Growing from seed can be a daunting prospect, but with some of our simple and easy tricks, you will be on your way to creating a productive and bountiful garden for winter!
Download our seed sowing guide now!

save with our seed collections

Spoilt for choice? why not consider one of our carefully thought out seed collections. With a varied range, suited for gardens of all sizes and locations you won't be disappointed! 

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Member Exclusives
THE FAST FEAST COLLECTION
THE FAST FEAST COLLECTION
SEEDS: SFFC
Forget fast food and grow your own fast feast! This is a collection of our fastest growing cool season vegies and greens suitable for sowing and growing now. Collection includes enough vegetables to feed a family of four in a 2x1m plot, with 14 packets of seeds that will have some produce available for harvest in just 4-6 weeks right through to ...
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Complete Autumn Vegie Patch Collection
Complete Autumn Vegie Patch Collection
SEEDS: SCAVPC
A collection of our favourite cool season crops to fill your garden with produce this winter and early spring. Includes Broad Bean 'Çhocolate Flowered', Broccoli 'Green Sprouting', Cabbage 'Mini Wombok', Carrot 'Paris Market', Cauliflower 'Mini', Kale 'Halbhoher Gruner', Lettuce Heirloom Mix, Parsnip 'Hollow Crown', Pea 'Greenfeast', Radish 'Fre...
Member $44.95
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2yr membership +FREE vegie seeds
2yr membership +FREE vegie seeds
Membership: MNE2VS
Grow the best tasting vegies with free Beetroot'Bulls blood', Carrot 'St Valery', Broccoli 'Romanesco' and Silverbeet 'Fordhook' seeds (one packet of each, valued at $21).
Member $79.00
Non-Member $79.00
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