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Diggers Club has a wonderful supply of plants, big and small including a very impressive range of fruit trees and berries. Inside you will find a large range of heritage seeds plus everything a gardener could want, from decorative to practical. We didn’t visit the...More
Lovely gardens to walk around and seek inspiration. It is quite isolated with a beautiful drive in through the Wombat forest and a bush walk also beginning just near the carpark. It is definitely a place for Diggers-style garden lovers. Some visitors may think the...More
Am a regular visitor - love to observe the seasons and see the life cycle of the perennial garden. There’s something to be enjoyed no matter the time of year.
The nursery is small, but has an interesting selection of heirloom plants.
The shop has...More
Even though it was winter and many trees bare, the garden was an intriguing place full of interest for genuine gardeners. But the highlight of our visit on a freezing winter's day was the cafe. A small but quality menu of proper food. We enjoyed...More
Dropped in to St.Erth in Blackwood. We bought a fair amount of goods here. Noticed that the price that is scanned is not what they charge. We picked up a wasabi plant which scanned at $15 to be told that was wrong and sells for...More
The Apple Festival held on 7 & 8 April was advertised on ABC Radio through an interview with th owner. I travelled the 1hr 20 mins to this festval in Blackwood as I was looking forward to the prospect of purchasing FRESH picked apples as...More
My sister and I organised to take our mum to St Erth after a high recommendation from our grandparents. We had a beautiful afternoon strolling the gardens which culminated with many purchases in the nursery followed by a delicious afternoon tea. The homemade soda was...More
Was advised of this amazing nursery by a friend but what she didn't tell me was that the cafe on site is outstanding. Lunch on Friday was so delicious. My friend who is a great cook said it was the "best tart she had ever...More
I had never heard of St Erth before and we were surprised that a garden quite off the beaten track was such a great find. There is a beautiful and large collection of plants and trees here and it was so nice to see so...More