Heronswood Parterre

Heronswood

Located on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, Heronswood Gardens, Nursery and Restaurant offer an idyllic location to escape the crowds, relax and shop for a huge range of plants, heirloom seeds and garden hardware.

Heronswood Gardens are the home of The Diggers Club and showcase the best flowers and plants for Australian conditions. The gardens change throughout the year and peak in summer with wonderful planting combinations of summer perennials and heirloom vegetables.

The Diggers Garden Shop has a wide range of plants on offer and specialises in Diggers signature heirloom seeds, cottage flowers and edible plants that are complemented by a range of flowering shrubs and cool climate trees.

Dine at Heronswood restaurant, located within the historic Heronswood House on vegetables and fruits grown in our gardens and local Peninsula produce.

Diggers Garden and Environment Trust

In 2011, Clive and Penny Blazey gifted ownership of The Diggers Club and the gardens of Heronswood and St Erth to the Diggers Garden and Environment Trust.

The Trust strives to convserve historic gardens, buildings and cultural heritage and to protect heirloom seeds using research and education.

Contact Heronswood

Heronswood, 105 Latrobe Parade
Dromana, Victoria, 3936

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Gardens, gallery, nursery and shop: 03 5984 7321

Open 7 days a week, 9:00am to 5:00pm.*

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Heronswood Restaurant: 03 5984 7318
Open 7 days a week, 10:00am until 4.00pm.*

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Entry to wander through Heronswood Gardens, Gallery and Restaurant is free for Diggers members and children under 16, and $10 for visitors. There is no entry charge to visit the shop.

* Anzac Day - Please note the Gardens and Garden Shop will be open from 1.00pm, the Heronswood Restaurant will open as usual from 10.00am-4.00pm

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

Further information

Tour booking information

Find out about booking a garden tour to learn more about Heronswood gardens and their history

Gardens

Wander through the gardens of The Diggers Club featuring seasonal plantings of heirloom vegetables, fruit trees and glorious flowering annuals and perennials

Garden Shop

Shop for your favourite Diggers plants, seeds and garden hardware. Our team can also help with garden advice to get you growing

Workshops

Monthly workshops are held at Heronswood covering all areas of gardening expertise

Special Events & Festivals

Heronswood hosts special events led by garden experts and seasonal festivals.

Restaurant

Members dine in historic Heronswood House with stunning views and dishes featuring heirloom vegetables and local produce.

Gallery Heronswood

Diggers Garden and Environment Trust Gallery

Workshops at Heronswood

Designing with Perennials

07 October 2017 13:00
The is 'no excuse for ugliness' with the beauty and performance of perennials. Learn how to build the best combinations for your flowering summer garden.

Fermenting the Harvest

08 October 2017 10:00
Preserve the harvest straight from your garden and enjoy the culinary delights of fermented food with head Fermenista, Robyn Wight.

Basket making with natural fibres

15 October 2017 13:00
Spend an afternoon learning the art of basket making using natural fibres from the Heronswood Garden

Starting your backyard vegie patch

22 October 2017 09:30
Want to start an abundant vegetable patch but not sure how? This intensive all day workshop will get you started to harvest your own fresh produce at home.

CITRUS MASTERCLASS

29 October 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.

Subtropical Plants for Southerners

05 November 2017 10:00
Are you keen to cultivate a piece of sub-tropical paradise in your Victorian garden? Beautiful fruit and gorgeous foliage at your finger tips.

Garden Design Basics

19 November 2017 10:00
Join The Diggers Club for the basics of garden design. Learn a few rules of thumb to build something beautiful in your own backyard.

Summer Fruit Tree Pruning

03 December 2017 10:00
Enjoy the the bounty from your own home orchard. Improve your skills to prune for productive and accessible fruit trees.
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