Goodman Seeds is a 100% Family owned Australian business

Products include, Flower and Vegetable Seed, Greenhouses, Seed Potatoes, Garden Equipment, Etc.

Richard Goodman arrived in Bairnsdale in 1858. 4 years later he was growing and selling vegetable seeds. In 1895, Richard’s son William opened a shop in Bairnsdale selling seed and garden products. It was subsequently managed by his son Keith, then Keith’s son John who, with his wife Dorothy, are still proprietors of the business. John’s son Nathan and his wife Aimee are now part of the business. Nathan is the 5th Generation in the business.

Seed and garden products are still a major part of the business.

 

**SPECIAL** 25% OFF ALL LS303 & LS404 PROPAGATION UNITS

 

NOTE: DUE TO QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS SEED, VEGETABLE & FLOWER PRODUCTS CAN NOT BE SENT TO WA, NT,TAS & NORFOLK ISLAND. 

 

 

Products of Interest

Purple phantom Asparagus Crowns x 1 loose

Available in June/ July

1 X LOOSE CROWN

Purple asparagus is a different variety to green aspargus.

Its purple colour comes from the high levels of anthocyanins (potent antioxidants) in the spears.

It has a lower fibre content than white or green asparagus, making it more tender and the whole spear can be eaten from tip to butt. Purple asparagus produces sweeter, thicker spears than green asparagus.

Fresh purple asparagus is deeply fruit flavoured and tender crisp.

 

 


$7.50 inc GST



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Asparagus : UC157 Pre packed

Available June- July 

1 x asparagus crown pre packed in a bag with moist sil and colourfull informative card attached




$6.25 inc GST



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Raised Garden Bed With Greenhouse & insert Covers

 ***$25 FREIGHT/HANDLING **  ***CHRISTMAS SALE***- LIMITED TIME

New product

Limited supply

Raised garden bed with greenhouse and insect covers.

Comes flat packed ready to assemble.

12 month structural guarantee on frame only ( does not include covers)

*child safe rolled edges

Size 110x110x45cm ( highest point of cover being 150cm)

 


was $275.00 now $150.00 inc GST



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Red Rhubarb: Red Dragon Loose x1

Available June- July

1x loose rhubarb crown

Goodman Seeds Rhubarb RED DRAGON has come from years of research and trials, we have now developed our own strain of red stemmed Rhubarb.


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Golden Shallots x 20

 

 

 

 Note: due to quarantine restrictions can not be sent to SA, TAS, WA & NT








$13.30 inc GST

out of stock

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Australian Grown Austral Garlic 500g

Available Feb- June

Australian Grown Austral Garlic

500g garlic




was $26.30 now $13.00 inc GST



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LS404

 

Width 0.40m Length 1.20m Height 1.25m 

Made with 4mm polycarbonate panels and anodised aluminium frame Comes flat packed ready to assemble

NOTE: TRAYS ARE NOT INCLUDED


was $280.00 now $199.00 inc GST



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LS303

Width 0.40m Length 0.90m Height 1m 

Made with 4mm polycarbonate panels and anodised aluminium frame comes flat packed ready to assemble

NOTE: TRAYS NOT INCLUDED


was $230.00 now $172.50 inc GST



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Australian Garlic Pre pack x 2

Available Feb- June

2 per pack

Australian Grown Austral Garlic




$6.40 inc GST



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Desiree 1kg

Available May- October

PLEASE NOTE DUE TO QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS SEED POTATOES CAN NOT BE SENT TO NT, Tas &WA

.Excellent for mashing. An old favourite. Our most popular variety.Uses: Boil/salad: Excellent Boil/Mash: Good Dry Bake: Good Roast: Good Fry (chips): NoGrowing InstructionsTiming: In most areas seed potatoes can be sown from August to February. In sandy frost free areas they can also be sown during June and July. In cool areas sow 1 month before the expected last frost.Preparation: Soil should be well worked up preferably to 25cm deep prior to planting so the soil is fine and friable. Do not plant where potatoes or tomatoes have grown last year.Planting: Sow in furrows 10cm deep, 25cm between tubers and 75cm between rows. Sprinkle a complete fertiliser, preferably high in phosphorous on each side of the potato, using approximately 30gm per plant. Fill in the trench.Seed exceeding 110gm may be cut providing there are at least 2 eyes on each part. If potatoes are cut they should be planted immediately preferably into warm moist soil. Do not cut the seed when the weather is cool or the ground is wet.Growing: Two or three times during the growing season potatoes should be cultivated to control weeds and loosen the soil. Do not cultivate deeply and drag some of the soil towards the plant.To achieve high yields and top quality tubers, keep the soil consistently moist during growth. Do not over water or allow to dry out.Harvesting: Potatoes are ready to lift when the tops begin to die off.








$8.30 inc GST



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Nicola 1Kg

Available May

- October PLEASE NOTE DUE TO QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS SEED POTATOES CAN NOT BE SENT TO NT, WA & TASGrowing InstructionsTiming: In most areas seed potatoes can be sown from August to February. In sandy frost free areas they can also be sown during June and July. In cool areas sow 1 month before the expected last frost.Preparation: Soil should be well worked up preferably to 25cm deep prior to planting so the soil is fine and friable. Do not plant where potatoes or tomatoes have grown last year.Planting: Sow in furrows 10cm deep, 25cm between tubers and 75cm between rows. Sprinkle a complete fertiliser, preferably high in phosphorous on each side of the potato, using approximately 30gm per plant. Fill in the trench.Seed exceeding 110gm may be cut providing there are at least 2 eyes on each part. If potatoes are cut they should be planted immediately preferably into warm moist soil. Do not cut the seed when the weather is cool or the ground is wet.Growing: Two or three times during the growing season potatoes should be cultivated to control weeds and loosen the soil. Do not cultivate deeply and drag some of the soil towards the plant.To achieve high yields and top quality tubers, keep the soil consistently moist during growth. Do not over water or allow to dry out.Harvesting: Potatoes are ready to lift when the tops begin to die off.




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Royal Blue Potato 1kg

Available May- October PLEASE NOTE DUE TO QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS SEED POTATOES CAN NOT BE SENT TO NT, WA & TAS.A new variety with excellent qualities. Will become popular once it is known.Uses: Boil/salad: Good           Boil/Mash: Excellent           Dry Bake: Excellent           Roast: Excellent           Fry (chips): ExcellentGrowing InstructionsTiming: In most areas seed potatoes can be sown from August to February. In sandy frost free areas they can also be sown during June and July. In cool areas sow 1 month before the expected last frost.Preparation: Soil should be well worked up preferably to 25cm deep prior to planting so the soil is fine and friable. Do not plant where potatoes or tomatoes have grown last year.Planting: Sow in furrows 10cm deep, 25cm between tubers and 75cm between rows. Sprinkle a complete fertiliser, preferably high in phosphorous on each side of the potato, using approximately 30gm per plant. Fill in the trench.Seed exceeding 110gm may be cut providing there are at least 2 eyes on each part. If potatoes are cut they should be planted immediately preferably into warm moist soil. Do not cut the seed when the weather is cool or the ground is wet.Growing: Two or three times during the growing season potatoes should be cultivated to control weeds and loosen the soil. Do not cultivate deeply and drag some of the soil towards the plant.To achieve high yields and top quality tubers, keep the soil consistently moist during growth. Do not over water or allow to dry out.Harvesting: Potatoes are ready to lift when the tops begin to die off.






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Sebago 1kg

Available May- October 

PLEASE NOTE DUE TO QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS SEED POTATOES CAN NOT BE SENT TO NT, WA & TAS

A well known variety that produces large yields.

Uses: Boil/salad: Good          

Boil/Mash: Excellent          

Dry Bake: Good          

Roast: Good          

Fry (chips): Good

PLEASE NOTE DUE TO QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS SEED POTATOES CAN NOT BE SENT TO NT, WA & TAS.

Growing Instructions

Timing: In most areas seed potatoes can be sown from August to February. In sandy frost free areas they can also be sown during June and July. In cool areas sow 1 month before the expected last frost.

Preparation: Soil should be well worked up preferably to 25cm deep prior to planting so the soil is fine and friable. Do not plant where potatoes or tomatoes have grown last year.

Planting: Sow in furrows 10cm deep, 25cm between tubers and 75cm between rows. Sprinkle a complete fertiliser, preferably high in phosphorous on each side of the potato, using approximately 30gm per plant. Fill in the trench.Seed exceeding 110gm may be cut providing there are at least 2 eyes on each part. If potatoes are cut they should be planted immediately preferably into warm moist soil. Do not cut the seed when the weather is cool or the ground is wet.

Growing: Two or three times during the growing season potatoes should be cultivated to control weeds and loosen the soil. Do not cultivate deeply and drag some of the soil towards the plant.To achieve high yields and top quality tubers, keep the soil consistently moist during growth. Do not over water or allow to dry out.

Harvesting: Potatoes are ready to lift when the tops begin to die off.


$8.30 inc GST



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Royal Blue Potato 5kg

Available May- October 

PLEASE NOTE DUE TO QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS SEED POTATOES CAN NOT BE SENT TO NT, WA & TAS

.A new variety with excellent qualities. Will become popular once it is known.

Uses: Boil/salad: Good        

   Boil/Mash: Excellent          

Dry Bake: Excellent          

Roast: Excellent          

Fry (chips): Excellent

Growing InstructionsTiming: In most areas seed potatoes can be sown from August to February. In sandy frost free areas they can also be sown during June and July. In cool areas sow 1 month before the expected last frost.Preparation: Soil should be well worked up preferably to 25cm deep prior to planting so the soil is fine and friable. Do not plant where potatoes or tomatoes have grown last year.Planting: Sow in furrows 10cm deep, 25cm between tubers and 75cm between rows. Sprinkle a complete fertiliser, preferably high in phosphorous on each side of the potato, using approximately 30gm per plant. Fill in the trench.Seed exceeding 110gm may be cut providing there are at least 2 eyes on each part. If potatoes are cut they should be planted immediately preferably into warm moist soil. Do not cut the seed when the weather is cool or the ground is wet.Growing: Two or three times during the growing season potatoes should be cultivated to control weeds and loosen the soil. Do not cultivate deeply and drag some of the soil towards the plant.To achieve high yields and top quality tubers, keep the soil consistently moist during growth. Do not over water or allow to dry out.Harvesting: Potatoes are ready to lift when the tops begin to die off.






$22.50 inc GST



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Pontiac 1kg

NOTE: NOT AVAILABLE 2014 DUE TO BEING ALL SOLD OUT

Available May- October PLEASE NOTE DUE TO QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS SEED POTATOES CAN NOT BE SENT TO  NT, WA & TAS.An excellent old variety.Uses: Boil/salad: Good           Boil/Mash: Excellent           Dry Bake: Good           Roast: Good           Fry (chips): GoodGrowing InstructionsTiming: In most areas seed potatoes can be sown from August to February. In sandy frost free areas they can also be sown during June and July. In cool areas sow 1 month before the expected last frost.Preparation: Soil should be well worked up preferably to 25cm deep prior to planting so the soil is fine and friable. Do not plant where potatoes or tomatoes have grown last year.Planting: Sow in furrows 10cm deep, 25cm between tubers and 75cm between rows. Sprinkle a complete fertiliser, preferably high in phosphorous on each side of the potato, using approximately 30gm per plant. Fill in the trench.Seed exceeding 110gm may be cut providing there are at least 2 eyes on each part. If potatoes are cut they should be planted immediately preferably into warm moist soil. Do not cut the seed when the weather is cool or the ground is wet.Growing: Two or three times during the growing season potatoes should be cultivated to control weeds and loosen the soil. Do not cultivate deeply and drag some of the soil towards the plant.To achieve high yields and top quality tubers, keep the soil consistently moist during growth. Do not over water or allow to dry out.Harvesting: Potatoes are ready to lift when the tops begin to die off.


$8.30 inc GST



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Cherry Stella Bare rooted tree

Bare rooted fruit tree x 1

note: if you are after more than 1 tree please contact for a combined price on postage

combined postage welcome

Self Polinating. Heart-shaped. Fairly firm, good flavour, juicy, good quality. Stone small

 

  • Species: Prunus avium
  • Parentage: Lambert x self-fertile seedling of Emperor Francis x Napoleon
  • Fruits December


$30.00 inc GST



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