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Mega Autumn Veggie, Herb + Flower Seed Pack (22 Varieties) $35 Shipped (Was $75) @ Veggie Garden Seeds (Excludes WA / NT)


Mega Autumn Veggie, Herb and Flower Seed Pack (22 varieties) **Only 30 packs available.

• Brussel Sprouts Long Island seeds x 100

• Cabbage Savoy Verona Purple seeds x 100

• Carrot All Season seeds x 400-500

• Chicory Red Ball seeds X 200

• Garlic Chives seeds x 30

• Cress American Upland seeds x 150

• Leek American Flag seeds x 100

• Lettuce Loose Leaf Mix seeds x 150

• Onion Bunching Red Beard x 120

• Radish Golden seeds x 20

• Salsify Black Duplex seeds x 45

• Spinach Black Magic seeds x 40

• Turnip Purple Top seeds * treated seed x 100

• Greenfeast Peas seeds x 25

• Broccoli Romanesco seeds x 50

• Broad Beans x 12

• Italian Parsley seeds x 100

• Rocket seeds x 100

• Fennel Sweet seeds x 30

• Rocket seeds x 200

• Cauliflower Early Snowball seeds x 100

• Chrysanthemum Coronarium Double Mixed Flower Seeds x 200

We are a small family run online seed store with a large variety of Flower, Veggie + Herb Seeds. We also have a small version of this Autumn Seed Pack (6 varieties for $14 https://veggiegardenseeds.com.au/ FREE SHIPPING code (FREESHIPPINGOZ) works on all our value packs + on all orders $10+

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  • +1

    Do you guys grow your own seeds?

    • +1

      Hello! We source our seed collection from various local seed suppliers. Thanks, Bec

  • I wish I had a backyard to grow these things. Pots just don't work for me in Melbourne. Things are too thirsty here. I'll have to move back to Tassie so I can afford to have a backyard.

    • +1

      put them in a green plastic thingy lol

    • +1

      You could try hydropots: https://youtu.be/dlNpf3O_MsE

      Also remember that whenever pots dry out they next need to be watered with wetting agent or the water can't penetrate the potting mix.

    • Yes! We are so lucky here in Tas!

  • Are these heirloom seeds? If not, any available?

    • +1

      The Romanesco broccoli would be at least.

  • +2

    I suppose you can always compost the brussel sprouts after they grow :)
    The rest seems like a good mix.

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