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Not to NORFOLK ISLAND, NT, SA, TAS or WA
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 tubestock can be sent to South Australia. No tubestock can be sent to Northern Territory.
Now available for planting: Pandan, Strawberry, Stevia and Sweet Potatoes.
Garlic 'Australian White' UT
Allium sativum Artichoke Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'Australian White' is a soft-neck, non-bolting type with a white skin and occasional purple marks. It is a medium to large bulb. Artichoke types are adapted to wide variety of climates. Suitable for Victoria and NSW and inland areas further north. Worth buying just for cooking as this garlic has a hot, rich flavour and will keep for many months. Each bulb weighs approximately 70 g; there is an average of 11 planting pieces (large cloves) per bulb; with an average of 16 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG132
GG133 Average no. of bulbs is 16 in the kg pack
Garlic Storage Bag
A bag to store your garlic in - 300 mm (L) x 190 mm (W), zippered side, drawstring top, made from machine washable cotton
TF166 Also available as part of a Garlic Lovers Kit
Garlic Lovers Kit
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
This Garlic Lovers Kit gives you everything you need to grow, store and cook with your garlic.
Includes: TF165Save $5.00


Garlic Elephant Organically Certified OGA
Allium ampeloprasum Ampeloprasum Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Syn. Russian Garlic, Levant Garlic
Elephant garlic has a mild, sweet flavour that is somewhere between garlic and onion. Cloves are large, easy to peel and can be eaten raw, sliced into salads. Good garlic for warmer, subtropical areas as it is hardier to hot conditions. It can grow from the tropics to temperate regions. Each kilo pack contains approximately 37 cloves (planting pieces). Each small pack contains 5 cloves (planting pieces).
More info on growing elephant garlic...
GG107
GG112
Garlic 'Glenlarge' UT
Allium sativum Artichoke Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'Glenlarge' is a soft-neck type with a purple skin, selected by Gatton Research Station as being suitable for Australian conditions, from the Atherton Tableland to SA. It is a top-setting, early, day-length neutral garlic, which makes it far more suitable for warmer areas, than other garlic cultivars. Each bulb weighs approximately 48-53g; there is an average of 8 - 12 planting pieces (large cloves) per bulb; with an average of 20 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG105
GG106
Garlic 'Italian Late' Organically Certified OGA
Allium sativum Artichoke Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'Italian Late' is a slightly later form of Italian White. It is a soft-neck type with creamy white skin, medium to large bulb. It has a great flavour and is a medium pungent cooking type. Suitable as far north as Coffs Harbour, on the mid north coast of NSW; cooler, inland areas only further north. It will keep for 6 - 9 months after harvest and is a good braiding type. Each bulb weighs approximately 60 - 75 g; there is an average of 13 planting pieces (large cloves) per bulb; with an average of 15 - 17 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG144
GG145
Garlic 'Italian Pink' UT
Allium sativum Artichoke Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'Italian Pink' is a soft-neck type with a pink-purple skin and medium bulb developed by the Gleeson family of WA. It is an Artichoke type adapted to wide variety of climates. A day-length neutral garlic that does not like very cold, wet winters. It is one of the main types grown commercially in WA, northern NSW and QLD. The flavour is very good, rich, sweet and spicy, with moderate hotness. The flavour improves if the bulbs are kept for a few weeks after curing and before use. There is an average of 12 large cloves per bulb. More info on growing garlic...
GG160
GG161
Garlic 'Italian White'
Allium sativum Artichoke Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'Italian White' is a soft-neck type with creamy white skin, medium to large bulb. Artichoke types are adapted to wide variety of climates. Grown commercially on the mid north coast of NSW; worth trying further north, particularly in cooler, inland areas. This garlic is the 'ugly duckling' this year as weather extremes during the growing period have darkened the skin and the bulbs are smaller than usual. It does, however, have firm juicy cloves with a great flavour and is still good for eating or planting. Each bulb weighs approximately 27 g; there is an average of 10 planting pieces (large cloves) per bulb; with an average of 37 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG108
GG124
GG109
Garlic 'Printanor' UT
Allium sativum Silverskin Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'Printanor' is French in origin and is a medium sized bulb with a teardrop-shape and white skin. It has a strong flavour and is very pungent. The cloves are large with a pink to tan colour. Suitable for warm climates with mild winters as far north as Coffs Harbour, on the mid north coast of NSW. It is very long keeping, up to a year after harvest and is a good braiding type. Each bulb weighs approximately 32 g; there is an average of 7 - 10 planting pieces per bulb; with an average of 31 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG146
GG147
Garlic: An organic guide to knowing, growing, and using garlic, from Australian Whites and Tasmanian Purples to Korean Reds and Shandongs
Penny Woodward 2014 (AUS)
Garlic, another great book from popular gardening writer Penny Woodward, offers cultivation guidelines for growing garlic all around Australia. Beautifully illustrated with a multitude of colour plates, including ones of 50 Australian Cultivars, it offers information on the harvesting, curing, storing and preserving of garlic. Learn how to make Garlic plaits and the culinary and medicinal uses of this great plant! Included are profiles of numerous Australian growers and advice on a range of topics including pest management and marketing. Coverage is given to Elephant Garlic, garlic chives, garlic mustard and society garlic. 217pp

BG141
Garlic 'Monaro Purple' UT
Allium sativum Turban Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'Monaro Purple' is a hardneck or top-setting garlic variety which usually produces a flower stem in early summer. It is also called a 'rocambole' variety from the habit the flower stem has of looping over on itself to produce a distinctive twist. Worth buying just for cooking, this organic garlic has a sweet, nutty flavour. Monaro Purple is mainly suitable for cooler areas. Each bulb weighs approximately 42 g; there is an average of 7 planting pieces (large cloves) per bulb; with an average of 23 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG120
GG154
Garlic 'Red Creole' Organically Certified OGA
Allium sativum Creole Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic Creole 'Rojo de Castro' syn. 'Red Rocambole' is a hardneck or top-setting garlic variety which usually produces a flower stem in early summer. Worth buying just for cooking, this organic garlic is a powerhouse of flavour, definitely one for the gourmet. The silvery white bulbs are smaller than some types but the cloves are a good size with a beautiful and distinctive crimson skin. This garlic has recently been relabelled as a Creole type which makes it suitable for a range of growing areas. Each bulb weighs approximately 53 g; there is an average of 10 - 11 planting pieces (large cloves) per bulb; with an average of 18 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG101
GG126
Garlic 'Roy's Purple' UT
Allium sativum Turban Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'Roy's Purple' is a hardneck garlic derived from 'New Zealand Purple' and very similar to 'Tasmanian Purple' and 'Monaro Purple'. It is a medium to large sized bulb with a globe-shape and white skin with purple stripes or blotches. It has a rich, nutty flavour and is mildly pungent but becomes stronger when in very cold areas. The skin also has a deeper purple colour in very cold areas. The cloves are large with a pink colour. It is regarded as an easy garlic to grow but likes watering to be even. Suitable for a wide range of climates from very cold to warm climates with mild winters. It is more tolerant of cold and damp conditions than other varieties. It is relatively short keeping, up to 4 - 5 months from harvest. Each bulb weighs approximately 50 - 75 g; there is an average of 7 - 12 planting pieces per bulb; with an average of 16 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG150
GG151
Garlic 'Southern Glen' UT
Allium sativum Artichoke Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'Southern Glen' was originally selected by a grower in South Australia, Roger Schmitke. Further selection work was done at Queensland's Gatton University. It is similar to both Glenlarge and Italian Pink. It has a purplish skin and large cloves. It is more suitable for northern areas than most other garlic types, as it tolerates a shorter day-length. It has a strong, sweet flavour with medium pungency. Each bulb weighs approximately 37 g; there is an average of 11 planting pieces per bulb; with an average of 27 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG152
Garlic 'White Crookneck' UT
Allium sativum Turban Group
Not to Norfolk Island, SA, TAS or WA
Garlic 'White Crookneck' is a hard-neck, weakly-bolting type with an attractive white skin and white to pale pink cloves. It has a medium to large, slightly flattened bulb. This garlic is very hot when raw but milder when cooked. It is suitable for Victoria, Northern NSW and highland areas further North. Each bulb weighs approximately 62 g; there is an average of 11 planting pieces (large cloves) per bulb; with an average of 16 bulbs per kg. More info on growing garlic...
GG155
Garlic, Ginger and Shallots Keeper
This three level ceramic bench top storage container can also be used as bake-ware. Store your garlic, ginger, shallots and turmeric separately. Internal air holes to allow for air circulation between levels. One level when fitted with lid is ideal for a small home-made baked creation.
Dimensions: 200 mm tall x 160 mm wide x 60 mm deep. Microwave, oven and dishwasher safe.
TF164Reduced from $49.95 - save $$$


Vegetable Storage Sack
Made from natural jute fibre, these great looking bags are strong with an over-lock stitched hem and, are 100% biodegradable. Use them for your tuber harvests - potatoes, yams and sweet potatoes - or any vegetables that requires a dry and dark storage place with some air circulation. They are 500 mm long x 450 mm wide, with a drawstring at the top and have an approximate capacity of 10 kg.

TF162 Included free with our Potato Pack Special.
Globe Artichoke - Green Globe improved variety - 'Imperial Star' UT
Cynara scolymus
Not to Norfolk Island, NT, SA, TAS or WA
'Imperial Star' is an improved variety adapted to a wider climate range than other artichokes, it crops well in the first year. The large flower buds are deep green faintly tinged with purple with solid hearts, between 7.5 and 12.5 cm wide. Globe artichoke is an herbaceous perennial to 1.5 m high, suitable for temperate, Mediterranean climates. The edible flower buds are a delicacy, pick them before they start to open. The striking grey-green foliage and spectacular flowers add beauty to the garden. Globe artichoke has a restricted climatic range and prefers cool, moist summers and mild winters. Chilling is needed to produce buds. A deep, rich, well-drained, alkaline soil is required; artichokes will grow in a pH range of 6.5 - 7.5. Growing in humid, subtropical and tropical areas is very difficult, even if the plants grow well, insufficient chilling will make bud production unlikely or of very poor quality. If you live in a warmer area and artichokes are on your 'most desired' list then try the 'Imperial Star' variety as they begin cropping early. Enthusiasts in warmer areas dig the roots and put them in the fridge during the summer for planting in the autumn. Excellent drainage is required and raised beds will help.

Provided in mini pots
GG141
GG142Save $1.90
Horseradish UT
Amoracia rusticana
Not to Norfolk Island, TAS or WA
Deep rooted perennial; the roots are dug in winter and used as flavouring and to make sauce. Suited to temperate and subtropical areas. More info on growing horseradish

Provided as 3 root cuttings.
GH100


Provided in mini pots
Not to Norfolk Island, NT, SA, TAS or WA
GH102
GH104Save $1.90
Horseradish Tree UT
Moringa spp.
Not to Norfolk Island, NT, SA, TAS or WA
Syn. Drumstick Tree, Ben Tree, Miracle Tree, Moringa
A hardy shrubby tree with fern-like leaves and white, fragrant flowers. The pungent roots are used as a substitute for horseradish; young leaves are eaten as cooked greens and the immature pods are cooked like okra. Suitable for subtropical and tropical areas. More info on growing horseradish tree
Provided as tubestock.
GH103
GH105Save $3.90
Japanese Raisin Tree UT
Hovenia dulcis
Not to Norfolk Island, NT, SA, TAS or WA
Japanese Raisin Tree syn. Chinese Raisin Tree is an ornamental shade tree well-suited to the home garden and school playgrounds. It grows well with little care and attention. A deciduous tree, it grows to a height of 6 - 9 m with a spread of 4 m. It is suited to temperate and subtropical climates and is very hardy to cold. It produces copious quantities of sweet, raisin-like, edible fruit. It is tolerant of wide range of soil types but prefers good drainage. Space trees 4 m apart in full sun. More info on growing Japanese Raisin Tree...
Provided as tubestock.
GJ107
GJ110Save $3.90

Available as seed...
Jerusalem artichokes UT
Helianthus tuberosus
Not to Norfolk Island, TAS or WA
Syn. sunchoke, topinambour
A very hardy, easy to grow tuber that can be cooked like potatoes, it does best in well-drained soils. it is especially good for diabetics as it contains no starch. An added bonus is the attractive yellow daisy flowers.Suitable for temperate, subtropical and tropical areas. More info on growing Jerusalem artichokes...


Provided as 3 tubers per pack.
GJ100min. 3 tubers (1 pack)
GJ104min. 9 tubers (3 packs)
GJ105min. 21 tubers (7 packs)

Provided as tubestock
Not to Norfolk Island, NT, SA, TAS or WA
GJ111
GJ112Save $2.85
organically certified with ACO - Australian Certified Organic
UT untreated; no chemical fungicide, insecticide or rodenticide
edible flower petals to add colour, flavour and nutrition to meals
bee and good bug friendly. Information on growing bee forage.
H suitable for hot and humid growing conditions
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Not to NORFOLK ISLAND, NT, SA, TAS or WA
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 tubestock can be sent to South Australia. No tubestock can be sent to Northern Territory.

Now available for planting: Pandan, Strawberry, Stevia and Sweet Potatoes.

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