Shop for cottage perennials and edible plants

St Erth Garden Shop

The Diggers Garden Shop is housed within the original sandstone cottage from St Erth's Gold Rush heyday.

Inside, you'll find rooms full of our signature heirloom vegetable and cottage flower seeds and garden tools, while the nursery outside is stocked full of flowering plants, tomatoes, strawberries, fruit trees, shrubs,  and garden ideas.   

Book in to a monthly garden workshop and ask about upcoming masterclasses.

Fruit and vegie essentials

As fruit plumpens up and vegies mature stock up on netting to keep pesky birds at bay. Ask our gardeners for tips on the best way to net fruit trees and see how they keep a thriving garden going in the middle of a State Forest.

Hardy flowers for summer

With the perennial borders in full bloom now is the perfect time to shop! Stock up on hardy flowers and ask our team about their tips for keeping the garden looking in the best condition over the coming months.

Contact St Erth

St Erth, 189 Simmons Reef Rd
Blackwood, Victoria, 3458

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Gardens, nursery and shop: 03 5368 6514
Open 7 days a week, 9:00am to 5:00pm.*

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Fork to Fork Café: 03 5368 6520  
Open Thursday - Sunday from 10.00am for morning tea & lunch (closed Monday - Wednesday).*

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Entry to wander through St Erth gardens is free for Diggers members and children under 16, and $10 for visitors. There is no entry charge to visit the shop or café.

* Anzac Day - Please note the Garden Shop is open from 1.00pm, the Fork to Fork Café is closed.

* St Erth is closed 24-26 December, Good Friday and on any Code Red or Extreme Fire warning days.

Workshops at St Erth

Simple and delicious raw soups

13 August 2017 11:00
You have probably never thought that raw vegan soups can be delicious. BUT.....The 'Simple & Delicious Raw Soups' workshop will prove to you that raw vegan soups can be incredibly delicious and also easy to prepare.

Bush regeneration

27 August 2017 11:00
Come and learn how to re vegetate your native bush garden! Why? to improve the biodiversity which in turn will help keep pests at bay!

Vegetable gardens all year round

10 September 2017 11:00
Learn how to avoid gluts and have a steady supply of food through successive planting, crop rotation, using cold frames and hot houses and making the most of your local climate.

Wicking Beds

24 September 2017 11:00
Wicking Beds are becoming very popular as a water efficient and attractive way to grow your own vegies.

Seed sowing for beginners

08 October 2017 11:00
Seed sowing for beginners
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