Diggers Garden Shop at Cloudehill

Diggers Garden Shop at Cloudehill

Visit our newest Garden Shop for the full range of Diggers heirloom seeds, flowering plants, strawberries, fruit trees, shrubs, garden tools and ideas plus cool climate garden treasures.

We've been working with garden owner Jeremy Francis to build an extensive garden centre to grow Cloudehill into a hub for ideas, plants and education where gardeners can learn from the finest gardening traditions and the best in contemporary design.

Ask our Garden Shop team about the next upcoming workshop or masterclass to sharpen your garden knowledge.

An easy drive from Melbourne, this internationally recognised garden is a must-see for anyone passionate about gardening. 

Garden books to give

A good garden book is the gift to last a lifetime. Our book selection at the Cloudehill Garden Shop covers a range of topics from seed saving, organics and cookbooks. Our self-published books are also available covering both the flower and the edible garden

Heirloom seeds for autumn

Get the vegetable garden ready for the autumn planting season with a trip to the Cloudehill Garden Shop and their huge seed wall. Ask our team what seeds  can be sown now in your area and shop for a range of seed sowing propagation equipment.

Contact Cloudehill

Cloudehill, 89 Olinda-Monbulk Road
Olinda, VIC, 3788

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Gardens, nursery and shop: 03 9751 0584
Open 7 days a week, 9:00am to 5:00pm.*

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Entry to wander through Cloudehill Gardens is free for Diggers members and children under 16, and $10 for visitors. There is no entry charge to visit the shop or restaurant. Note that picnics are not permitted in the garden.

* Anzac Day - Please note the Gardens and Garden Shop are from 1.00pm on Anzac Day.

* Cloudehill is closed 24-26 December and Good Friday.

Workshops at Cloudehill

Understanding Soil Fertility

02 December 2017 10:30
Come along and join Tomas today as he actively shares his knowledge with us on how to increase soil health and fertility, for successfully growing a broad range of crops at home.

Cut flowers from your garden

02 December 2017 13:00
Who doesn’t want a garden full of gorgeous flowers! They bring so much colour and joy, and attract beneficial insects and pollinators into your garden.
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