Vegetable Seedling Pack
How many seedlings do I get?
A selection of 35 - 40 seedlings, nurtured with love and grown from organic and healthy living soil particles and inoculated with microbes to help them succeed.
What is the cost?
Designed to kickstart your home garden journey. An upfront pre-order payment of $45, you'll receive a mix of seedlings that includes a mixture that looks a little along the lines of:
These are some of our favourate varieties that we have been growing over the years at Tomtit Farm and includes a mix of classic, heirloom and heratage varities.
Example seedling pack:
Tomatoes, Eggplant, Chillies, Capsicum, Basil, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Parsley, Spring onion, Coriander, Spinach, Fennel, Corn, Beetroot, Cucumber, Pumpkin, Courgette, Beans, Celery, Potatoes and Lettuce and more.
When will these be availabe:
Our Seedling CSA packs will be available for collection from the 20th of October to the 3rd of November, precisely when you need them for planting. Each seedling has been carefully tended to, starting from seed, right here at Tomtit Farm. We take pride in using organic and sustainable practices to ensure you receive the healthiest and most vibrant seedlings.
Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting, our Seedling pack is the perfect choice for your summer home garden.
Limited packs availabe so get in quick!
Where do I collect?
All seedling packs are collected from Tomtit Farm in Matangi (unless you are part of our weekly CSA and then we can deliver these to you).
Can I pick whats in my pack?
Unfortunatly no, we are trying to keep as simple as we can this year to ensure we can roll this out as smoothly as possable, you will get a large variety of seedlings to fill your garden space and it might be a good time to try growing something you have never tried before. :)
How much area with this pack cover?
There will be enough seedlings to cover a 2-3m2 garden space. If you dont have that much space you might want to find a friend to share a seedling pack with you. Keep in mind seedlings like cucumbers, pumpkin and courgettes like to take up more space so you might want to give them a little more room.