as most of us would beaware most organic magazines carry lists of orgaizations, publications, seed companies, new products and services. Most public libraries and nurseries also carry a heap of information pertaining to gardening and in smaller or more country localities information can be found in Landcare offices or agricultural centres and even in telecentres.
It is amazing what info one saves for a rainy day and so I went into some of my old files and this is what I came up with.Non Hybrid Seed Companies
Bay Seed Garden
PO Box 1164 Busselton WA 6280
Eden Seeds and Select Organic
MS905 Lower Beechmont Qld 4211http://www.edenseeds.com.auhttp://www.selectorganic.com.au
PO Box 1892 Esperance WA 6450
52/65 Kilcoy Lane via Maleny Qld 4552http://www.greenharvest.com.au
Greenpatch Organic Seeds
PO Box 1285 Taree NSW 2430http://www.greenpatchseeds.com.au
New Gippsland Seeds and Bulbs
Box 1 Silvan Vic 3795http://www.possumpage.au/newgipps
PO Box 207 Snug Tas 7054
The Diggers Club
105 La Trobe Parade Dromana Vic 3936 (I can't seem to remember their web addy)
The Lost Seed
Po Box 321 Sheffield Tas 7306
free catalogue with companion plant infomation
Traditional Seeds (Native plants)
PO Box 715 Busselton WA 6280Organisations
Bio-dynamic Gardeners Association Inc
PO Box 479 Leongatha Vic 3953
PO Box 6039 South Lismore NSW 2480
Seed Savers Network
PO Box 975 Byron Bay NSW 2481
If anyone else has anymore info regarding seed outlets then please do pass them on. I have used GreenPatch and have found them to be good as well.
When I first saved the information it was correct so I am hoping that it remains so. One of my pet hates is reading addresses in magazines then on trying to access them finding that they no longer exist so if any of these are out of date than I sincerely apologise. I have not gone to check those I can as I have a slow connection and find it hard to load some of the heavy graphic pages.
Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.
- John Lennon