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Vegetable Seeds for the Aussie Home and Market Gardener. Supplying popular and rare varieties of veggie, herb and flower seed packets.
Generous quantities of seed per packet.

Dave’s Seed supplies Heirloom, Open Pollinated and Hybrid vegetable, herb and flower seed packets. I aim to grow as much vegetable seed as I can muster from my 5 acre property based 5 minutes out of the lovely Cygnet, Tasmania and to seek out the best seed varieties from around the world to enhance the veggie gardening experience for Australian gardeners.

I also operate Dave’s Seedlings which is found at the local markets supplying organically grown vegetable, herb and flower seedlings focusing on Tasmanian cool climate vegetable gardening.

The bulk of the tomato, chilli, capsicum, eggplant and lettuce seed offered is home grown as well as a number of other seeds. Home grown seed is marked organically grown seed. 

Vegetable Seed Packets and Seedlings (August to April) are available at local markets and can be collected from my home. Seed Packets are sent to all Australian States except Western Australia at this time. I enjoy a good chat about gardening and am always happy to wander about the veggie garden with customers.

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The Little Fingers eggplant journey

The Little Fingers eggplant journey

In this post I will follow the life of the Little Fingers Eggplant. It will end up less words and more pictures. The Sowing: On the 19 July 2022, I sowed the seeds into a punnet placed onto a heatmat in a hothouse. The soil mix is pretty basic. Organic Compost, Propagation Sand and Perlite …

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Growing Broad Beans in Tasmania

Growing Broad Beans in Tasmania

Growing Broad Beans in Tasmania Broad beans are a perfect crop for the cool temperate climate of Tasmania. They are a bushy annual that can grow from 1 to 1.8m tall depending on the variety, soils and weather. Broad Beans (Fava) are a legume thus from the Fabaceae family but are not from the Bean …

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Tomato Season in Tasmania 2021/22

Tomato Season in Tasmania 2021/22

Thoughts on the 2021/22 Tomato growing season. Yet another season is now pretty much behind us Tasmanian’s. Yet another erratic season of ups and downs. Below are some of my thoughts on the season gone and a review of the tomato varieties I grew (either outside or in the hothouse). These are my experiences where …

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For those that have asked, I did take note of most Tomato varieties I will bring to Cygnet Market Oct 2. Note that it is still too early to plant outside, but hothouses are good to go and if you want earlier fruit, you can get varieties you may want and keep growing them inside.San Marzano – Vine paste dwarf Striped Antho – bush to 1m to 100g colourful fruitsMortgage Lifter – Vine big redTommy Toe – vine red cherryBlack Cherry – vine brown cherryBlack from Tula – vine big brown beefsteak tastyMaralinga – dwarf 1m black red 200g beefsteakEarlinorth – bush early fruits medium redCalmart – bush early fruits red cherry or bit biggerLucid Gem – vine colourful 80-200g fruitsGross Lisse – vine big redGlacier – dwarf to 1m 60-75g red early fruitsGondwana Lava/Lightning – dwarf to 1.4m black/red anthocyaninsAdelaide Festival – dwarf to 1.2m crimson red medium sized fruitsUluru Ochre – ochre brown beefsteak fruits to 250gLoxton Lass – dwarf to 1.2m small/medium yellow tasty fruits.Some are limited numbers.Happy Growing Dave See MoreSee Less
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September Weather from my garden for the weather nerds. Getting to understand your local climate and how plants interact is very useful for successful veggie gardening.The winds are yet to arrive🤪Dave www.davesseed.com See MoreSee Less
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See me at the Cygnet and Franklin market from August to April

Cygnet Market is on the first and third Sunday of the month, Franklin the fourth Sunday, 10am to 2pm. I sell seasonal vegetable, herb and flower seedlings and seeds.

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