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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 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. 

Special membership offer - Free garlic when you join!

If you care about where your food comes from and want the best for your family then join the club here now for 2 years or here for 5 years with this special offer!  Receive free Melbourne Market garlic to grow your own and avoid the nasty chemicals imported garlic is sprayed with

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What's in season

Grow your own organic herbs at home!

Lemon Verbena for a soothing cup of tea, French Tarragon - a mild aniseed flavour, the perfect accompaniment to chicken, Golden Marjoram, a great edging plant with bags of flavour and Rosemary Tuscan blue - roast lamb's best friend.

Get your kitchen garden growing in super quick time with Diggers Kitchen Garden Collection - 10 herb plants in total to give you a good head start.

Grow your own garlic

Raspberries and Blueberries


♦ Seeds to sow now

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.

Members News and Events

Winter Garden Out Now!

In this issue:

♦ Clive Blazey explains why trees are the most important element in any garden, particularly in small spaces.

♦ We look at the best fire-retardant trees and why mycorrhizal fungi is so beneficial to tree growth.

♦ Peter Marshall gives his forthright view on the National Arboretum in Canberra.

Plus we visit the Dapto community farm, we discover Pine Trees from the time of Gondwana, and we bring you the best range of trees, roses, nuts, grapes, avocados and potatoes.

Spectacular Autumn Colour

Visit Cloudehill in the Dandenong Ranges and St Erth in Blackwood for inspiration and to celebrate the most vibrant of seasons. 

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It's time to plant berries!

Nothing beats the flavour of homegrown berries and the time to plant is now! We have picked the tastiest varieties of raspberries, strawberries and blueberries, or try something a bit more unusual

Shop now for delivery to your door. 

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