Seed Store! Sage and William have seeds for sale!


The kids have been collecting seeds (see that here) and have decided that we have too many for us to use so are going to sell some! They are selling organic heirloom seeds that they have grown and collected themselves :) 

Will & Sage are learning about the entire process of making money. So much to do: collecting money, posting items, marketing, cost V profit and the list goes on!



Zucchini Seeds $2

Black beauty is a very popular variety with green glossy fruit. 

Easy to grow.
Pick Fruit when small, between 15-20cm long.
Optimal sowing temperature 24C. Sow 1cm deep in good compost. Sow 60cm apart.
Watermelon Seeds $2
Golden Midget is a miniature (1kg) watermelon that has bright yellow skin when ripe.
Easy to grow.
Early to mature. Ripe in around 70 days from transplanting.
Sow 12mm deep. For best results sow in punnets and transplant to harvest position when strong enough.

Sunflower Seeds $1

Sunflowers are annuals with showy, daisy like flower heads that are usually 20-30cm across and bright yellow. 

Remarkably tough and easy to grow. 
Heat and drought tolerant. Sunflowers grow best in locations with full sun; they prefer long, hot summers to flower well.

Sow 15-20mm deep. Sow in early Sumer. Germination 7-10 days.


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Bean Seeds $2
Purple King is a climbing bean that has bright purple pods. Once cooked they turn green.
Easy to grow.
Likes plenty of water and mulch to keep roots cool.
Sow 25mm deep with 10-15cm between seeds. Harvest regularly to increase crop.
May 28, 2014 - 8:34 am

Kate - An Everyday Story - We would love to buy some of Will and Sage’s seeds. Where can we get them?

May 28, 2014 - 9:41 am

admin - They have listed them on e-bay (here or you can email me at and let us know what ones you would like and we will send you the invoice :) They have them bagged up ready to post ;)

May 28, 2014 - 9:51 am

admin - Oh and AWESOME you are the first customer and we are so excited :)

May 28, 2014 - 12:19 pm

kelly - what a truly wonderful idea! heading to your ebay page now, what a truly authentic learning experience for your children!
I will be explaining to my kids when the seeds arrive how your children collected them!
Would you be interested if i sent some photos to you when the plants have sprouted etc?

May 28, 2014 - 12:21 pm

admin - Oh you are wonderful, thank you! We would be so happy to see photos of your plants :D

May 28, 2014 - 4:46 pm

Marion - Love the idea, but didn’t noticed where you live. I guess if you have to send them by email, that’s not very ecological..
We’re a Reggio Emilia inspired school in Lausanne, Switzerland.


May 28, 2014 - 9:48 pm

admin - We are in Brisbane, Australia so probably not ;) I would love to visit Switzerland!! Thank you for coming by and saying hello!

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