The Seed Collection: Online Seed Store for Australian Gardeners.

Heirloom, open pollinated, non hybrid and non GMO seeds with no chemical treatments

Australian ownedTheSeedCollection is an Australian owned and operated business based in Ferntree Gully, Victoria.

 

We specialise in:

  • Herb, vegetable and flower seeds. 
  • Heirloom, open pollinated, non-hybrid and non GMO varieties with no chemical treatments.
  • Custom made seed packets

 

It's our aim to make more seeds, more accessible to more people. It's our aim to help you.  We don't waste resources on unnecessary packaging or marketing.  Instead we supply our seeds in simple packaging and count on our customers to spread the word about our business by telling their friends. This ultimately means we are able to offer our seeds at a significantly better price than most other seed suppliers.  Don't believe us?  Browse our catalogue and see for yourself ;)

 

We hope you have fun browsing our website and look forward to taking your order :) 

 

Happy gardening!

-TheSeedCollection


What to sow in early Summer

Click the links below to see a list of herbs, vegetable and flowers suitable for sowing in early Summer in your climate (Australia).

Cool Climate- What to sow in early Summer
Moderate Climate- What to sow in early Summer
Warm Climate- What to sow in early Summer
Tropical Climate- What to sow in early Summer

or download our sowing chart here.


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