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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 organic garlic

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 a FREE packet of Cream galic plus all the other club benefits- 8 garden magazines a year, access personalised garden advice, members discounts and take part in seasonal free offers. 

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What's in season


This is the best time of year for planting many edibles, perennials, trees and shrubs and spring annual flowers. There's plenty to do in the garden before it gets cool. Whether you are in a cool, warm or hot zone, there are seeds to be sowing now. Check out the SHOP for all key gardening categories or search to find something specific.


By choosing the right varieties of fruit trees you and your family can harvest plenty of fruit, even in a small back yard. We have a range of fruits on dwarf rootstock for every backyard, now you can just choose the best tasting variety. Here's what can be delivered to your door: Peach, Apricot, Plum, Nectarine, Cherry, Nuts, Apples, Pears and Avocadoes!

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


Our Autumn edible magazine has just been released and with a little rain it's time to plant. Here's a shortcut to what you need:

♦  What to do in the garden this month

♦  Seeds to sow now

♦  Plant fruit trees

♦  Blueberry time!

♦  Sweet strawberries.

♦  Seedlings by mail

♦  Wildflowers for spring

♦  Autumn green manures

♦  Yummy rhubarb 

♦  Gorgeous Garlic

♦  Easy asparagus

Mothers Day Luncheon Sunday 8th May

Celebrate Mothers Day in the beautiful surrounds of historical Heronswood House in Dromana or The Garden of St Erth in Blackwood. Book a table at the Mothers Day Luncheon in Heronswood by calling the restaurant on 03 5984 7318 (open from 10am) or at St Erth by calling 03 5368 6520


The Heritage Nursery, Yarralumla will host two masterclasses on the 21st May; Backyard Heritage Fruit Trees from 9.30am- 12.30 and Simple Cider Making from 1.30pm to 4.30pm. Pete the Permie has spent 20 years learning and teaching heirloom fruits and cider making. 

Chef Position Available at Heronswood!

We are looking for a permanent part-time chef to work days only at the historic Heronswood house restaurant and create great food from freshly grown produce from our garden. Please call HR on 03 5984 7933 or send HR an email to express your interest, and find full details on Seek.

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