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Adelaide Garden Shop

The team at our Diggers Garden Shop, Adelaide, are passionate gardeners.

Drop in for local garden knowledge on how create a productive and beautiful garden and shop for Diggers heirloom seeds, flowering plants, tomatoes, strawberries, fruit trees, shrubs, garden tools and plenty of ideas.  

Be sure to ask about the next garden workshop or special masterclass. These are a great chance to learn from local garden experts and meet other club members to share ideas. 

Plants to beat the heat

Visit the shop this summer to discover what plants to grow to beat the heat. From prehistoric puyus, lavender for cottage gardens and figs for the kitchen our Adelaide team can recommend something to suit your needs. 

Hardy herbs for summer

South Australia's mediterranean climate is ideal for growing hardy herbs like oregano, rosemary, rock samphire and many other varieties. Ask Tina, Jill and the team for the best ones to grow in your garden. 

Contact Adelaide

Schomburgk Pavilion, Adelaide Botanic Garden
North Terrace, Adelaide, SA, 5000

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Garden Shop: 08 8232 8671
Open 7 days a week, 9:00am to 5:00pm.*

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* Anzac Day - Please note the Garden Shop will be open from 12 noon.

* The Adelaide Garden Shop is closed 24-26 December and Good Friday.

Workshops in Adelaide

All About Tomatoes

15 October 2017 10:00
Everything you need to know to grow your own tomatoes right through summer and beyond.

Using Herbs for our health

15 October 2017 12:00
Explore the world of herbs and learn how they can help our bodies stay strong and healthy.

CITRUS MASTERCLASS

05 November 2017 10:30
Join internationally renowned citrus expert Ian Tolley at this brilliant Masterclass, and learn everything you could possibly want to know about growing and caring for the very best citrus at home.

Learn how to Espalier

19 November 2017 10:00
Listen to our Diggers expert on all things espalier, an ancient form of tree pruning. This one books out early so don’t miss out!

Growing Subtropicals

19 November 2017 12:00
Grow your own piece of tropical paradise with lush, bold foliage and exotic sub-tropical fruits.
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