Q: I’m located in USA. Will there be hidden international fees in order to receive your boxes? Or the price that is given is what the actual price will be for USA? Thanks…Asked by Liz P., May 2021
Thanks for getting in touch.
Unfortunately we are unable to post outside of Australia due to quarantine and border security issues with seeds. There are a heap of really great US based seed subscription services though and definitely worth exploring.
Q: Does this box allow for growing conditions in Central AustraliaAsked by Anne M., July 2020
We try our best to choose herbs and vegetables which are able to be grown in all Australian climates. Give us a try on a month to month subscription if you want to see how you go.
Q: Hi! Do you ship to WA please?Asked by Pamela W., April 2020
We most certainly do. We are aware that there are a number of prohibited crops in WA but we ensure all of our seeds are able to be shipped there and do not choose any prohibited varieties in our subscription.
I have been using this seed subscription service for almost a year and I love it! So much thought goes into their seed selection. And I’m growing things I would’ve never tried before, plus plenty of old favourites.
I’ve been getting my seed pack herbs & veggies every month for nearly a year now, love the variety and so many I’ve never heard of before. The kids loved growing and eating there rainbow carrots. They great to use in the veggies garden or just grow in pots
High recommend Easy Come Easy Grow seed subscription. It's very exciting receiving different varieties of seeds and even better eating the produce that grows.
I love the seeds from Easy Come Easy Grow as it has a variety of seasonal vegetables and herbs. I'm a newbie at gardening and this takes the guesswork out of deciding which seeds to plant for the current season. I absolutely love it!
I love receiving my easycome easygrow . There's always something different and really interesting :) Love it
Fantastic absolutely love this
I love Easy Come Easy Grow! It is so exciting to have surprise seasonal herbs and vegetable seeds arrive at your doorstep every month! Everything about it is great from their lovely packaging to their info cards and their awesome online support network! They answer all your gardening questions big or small! Great work Easy Come Easy Grow!
Fantastic idea and great service! The kids loved receiving this every month and opening it to find out what we would get to grow.
Awesome for children and veggie gardening. My children get excited to see what they get to plant each month. Fast shipping, easy to read information. No hassles trying to figure out what grows best at different times of the year. Perfect for beginner gardeners and as gifts.
I love this subscription. Even though I am not known for my green thumb I gladly give the seeds to my husband for him to plant. I love the seeds that I have received so far and I enjoy that the seeds are not the common variety you can get at the nursery.
We are super pumped to be able to start growing some spring herbs and veggies that scream summer too! As always we like to mix it up with some different takes on many of the traditional herbs and veggies you all know and love. September will see a delicious twist on the traditional Basil with a variety that has a hint of lemon, some ascetically pleasing tomatoes that are slightly striped (like a tiger!) and appropriately named and some crunchy lettuce to finish!
August is always a great month for us as the change from Winter to Spring is visually unavoidable. Fruit trees start blossoming, trees bush out with leaves and most importantly it's time to get some warmer crops growing. This month certainly showcases the change in seasons with some warmer season varieties to get you in the mood to garden! We have some really great options to enjoy growing this month.
This month we've well and truly splashed some colour into your subscription with some fun and tasty favourites. To begin with the this not so round Beetroot provides a bit of fun under the ground. We always love brushing back the dirt at the top of the root to see if it's ready to be pulled up. Then there's some Purple Pak Choi which adds some more colour in the garden and eventually on your plate. It also does well in pots, just make sure you keep up the fertiliser.
With the variety on offer this month we should've name October the Eggplant Parmigiana Pack pack as all of these ingredients go fantastically well on the plate to create a mean dish! We've included some summer favourites with a great tomato variety of Juane Flamme. Some classic Italian Parsley which you simply can't go wrong with and is such a great herb to have on call in the garden to pick when needed. Finally there's some eggplant and a Greek variety to enjoy.
We swear summer rolls around quicker and quicker every year. It was just a moment ago we were shivering outside with our cool season crops and now we're tee and short laden, planting our summer veggies! This month does not disappoint as we kick it up a notch and move into some real summer varieties including the common and not so common.
To begin with we have some Cucumber African Horned, also known as Kiwano. In our experience this is a prolific crop so make sure you don't let it take over the garden. With it's alien looking bounty they are certainly different and refreshing treat once cut open to enjoy. Next is the Radish Watermelon, which has the most amazing pink hue once sliced open and resembles a watermelon. Finally there's the Basil Cinnamon, with a twist that makes this variety something special
This month sees a strong Japanese influence starting with the Mizuna, which is a Japanese salad green. Next up is another Japanese variety but this time a Chive. The Chives Fuyuyo are a great bunching onion which can be used in a similar fashion to Spring Onions. Lastly we hope you didn't leave these on your plate because it's time to grow them and eat them now - Brussels Sprout Long Island.
The seasons are about to start changing and it's time to get some Autumn seeds planted! We have gone all out to provide some of natures most intricate work between the Broccoli Romanesco and the Beetroot Chioggia this month. Not to mention the mustard greens variety which hails from Japan - Mustard Chirimen Hakarashi. We hope you have as much fun growing these as we did carefully selecting them for this month.
This Thyme we have a wild variety to get growing and a very aesthetically pleasing Golden take on a common root crop which we think is Rad(ish!). Finally we have a ripper of a crop with a huge Bulgarian Giant variety which you we've Leeked for our subscribers this month. So many fun things to grow and so little time, let's delve a bit deeper with each crop.
We've curated a great selection of seeds this month and definitely a controversial blend with Coriander in the mix! Also chosen was Spinach Black Magic which was a variety we hadn't grown before so thought it would be fun to give it a try and share the experience with all of you. Finally we've got some Kohl Rabi, which for all you first time growers will be sure to be a hit as it looks like something out of this world.