UPDATE: 15/10/2019 – Most seedlings are sold out for now, however I’ll keep this page updated as things are ready to go out. Should have tomatoes, capsicum, and chillis available in a week or two.

 

I need your help! I’ve got too many seedlings and not enough space to keep them all.

I grow from seed, which means I end up with waaaaay too many plants. Some people prefer to just plant seedlings into their garden, and that’s totally cool – I’ve got heaps of those I’d love to share.

One of the benefits of growing from seed is I can grow a wide range of varieties, including some that might be harder to find in stores. Even if you’ve already sorted your garden for summer, you may find something interesting listed here.

You’ll need to either pick up your seedlings from me in Kaeo, or I do make monthly trips as far south as Bream Bay, and more regularly into Kerikeri – I can drop them throughout Northland off by arrangement.

The prices listed are suggestions only. For me, it’s more about making room in my greenhouse, and if you want to garden but can’t afford seedlings, I am happy to help. Some people prefer to pay though, and there is a materials and time cost it would be nice to recover, it’s really up to you.

Available now

9cm pots – $1.50 each or 10 for $10

Chamomile – German – harvest fresh flowers for teas (3 available)

 

6-cell pots – $2 each

Basil – Giant Genovese (9 available)

Lettuce – Michelle (5 available)

Coming Soon

Limited quantities, first in, first served, make your reservations now

Capsicum – Bell colour mix

Chilli – Jalapeño (self-saved from last season)

Sweet pepper – Cornos red

Tomato – Brandywine blend

Tomato – golden chicken egg (heritage)

Tomato – San marzano (good for cooking and bottling)

Available on request

These will need 2-3 weeks to propagate for you, but can be arranged. $2.50 each.

Horseradish
Oregano
Peppermint
Valerian
Comfrey

How to Order

Simply get in touch and tell me what you’d like set aside for you. 

If you follow me on Twitter, you can DM me, or if you’d rather email, it’s [email protected]

We’ll work out the best way to get them to you from there.