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It is important to deal with any plants you purchase immediately. Dormant plants must be kept in a suitable environment or they may quickly deteriorate.

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Edible Plants - buy online for growing in Australia - seed potatoes, garlic bulbs, elephant garlic bulbs, rhubarb crowns, strawberry plants, yacon tubers, oca tubers, waterchestnut corms and summer leafy greens.

Plants are available Spring and Autumn, with occasional offers at other times. To be notified as soon as plants become available and to avoid missing out, you can request an email notification. This is simple to do and your email address provided in this way will not be used for other promotions. It is important to respond quickly if notified of availability, as the rarer plants are often limited in quantity.

You can browse and shop the plants available seasonally by starting at the first category Arrowhead to Galangal and move through all the plant categories by clicking on 'Next page'.

SORRY but due to quarantine restrictions between Australian States no plants at all can be ordered by residents of Norfolk Island, Tasmania and Western Australia. These restrictions are very important as they prevent the spread of plant pests and diseases. No potatoes, garlic, shallots, strawberries or tube stock can be sent to South Australia.
Arrowhead to Galangal
Arrowhead, Arrowroot, Asparagus 'Mary Washington', Capsicum, Cassava, Chinese Artichoke, Comfrey, Elephant Garlic, Galangal 'Red'
Garlic to Krachai
Garlic 'Australian White', 'Elephant', 'Glenlarge', 'Italian White', 'Monaro Purple', 'Red Creole', 'Silverskin', Ginger 'Jumbo', Horseradish, Horseradish Tree, Japanese Raisin Tree, Jerusalem Artichokes, Krachai / Chinese Keys
Basil, Catnip, Garlic Chives, Gotu Kola, Lemon Balm, Mexican Tarragon, Onion Chives, Sage - Common, Fruity and Pineapple, Society Garlic, Thyme - Common
Lemongrass to Pigeon Pea
Leek - Perennial, Lemongrass 'East Indian', 'West Indian', Oca, Pickerel Rush, Pigeon Pea
'Desiree', 'Dutch Cream', 'Kennebec', 'King Edward', 'Kipfler', 'Nicola', 'Pinkeye', 'Pink Fir Apple', 'Purple Congo', 'Ruby Lou', 'Sapphire', 'Sebago', 'Toolangi Delight'
Rhubarb to Strawberries
Rakkyo Onion, Rhubarb 'Ever Red', 'Silvan Giant', 'Wandin Red', Saffron Crocus, Shallots 'Golden', 'Red', Stevia, Storm Lily, Strawberries 'Joy', 'Lowanna'
Summer Leafy Greens
Aibika, Betel Leaf, Brazilian Spinach, Ceylon Spinach, Cranberry Hibiscus, Kangkong, Lebanese Cress, Mushroom Plant, Okinawa Spinach, Peruvian Parsnip, Surinam Spinach, Tahitian Spinach
Sweet Potato to Yam
Sweet Potato 'Beauregard', 'Hawaiian Sunshine', 'Northern Star', Tagasaste, Tamarind, Taro 'Bun-long', 'Chinese', Tree Onions, Turmeric 'Madras', Vetiver Grass 'Monto', Viola hederacea - Native Violet, Water Celery, Watercress, Waterchestnuts, Waterlily 'Morning Glory', 'Paul Hariot', West Indian Arrowroot, Yacon, Yam 'Greater'
Now available for planting: Summer Leafy Greens.
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Waterlily 'Morning Glory'
Nymphaea species
Not to Norfolk Island, TAS or WA
'Morning Glory' is a hardy waterlily with large flowers, 12 cm across. The colour is a delicate shell pink, almost white at the petal tips, shading deeper towards the center of the flower. The bright green leaves are initially purple.Flowers freely in early summer with a long blooming season and robust root growth. Makes wonderful cut flowers. It is a medium to large grower. Waterlilies are a beautiful addition to any pond, the best results are achieved in full sun with a minimum water depth of 45 cm. Grows well from cool areas to the subtropics. More info on growing edible waterplants...
Provided as a rootsett per pack.
Vege Brush
Preparing your Green Harvest organic vegetables for dinner is made easy with this eco-friendly, stylish vegetable brush. A bamboo handle is topped by a mix of natural and recycled plastic bristles. The ring shape is comfortable to use and allows for hanging over the tap for easy access and drying between uses. It is tough enough to remove dirt, yet soft enough not to bruise your precious vegetables. Not only can you use this brush to scrub your harvest but it can also clean dishes and double as a nail brush as well!

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