Grown with Love
We are passionate about Heirloom Seeds
and Growing Organically!
Welcome to Yilgarn Seeds
We are a not-for-profit heirloom vegetable & herb seed business managed by the Drylands Foundation at the Drylands Permaculture Farm in Geraldton, Western Australia.
Our seed sales allow us to train volunteers in seed saving and develop our demonstration organic seed gardens and education facilities.
All our vegetable and herb seeds are organically grown in our farm’s permaculture gardens.
Our seeds are non-GMO, open pollinated and non-hybrid.
You can also buy Seeds and Seedlings from our Store Page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you sell to all states of Australia?
Due to demand, including situations such as Covid-19, we cannot always accept orders outside our midwest Western Australian region.
We will generally post updates on our blog and website pop ups as to current status of seed availability.
During periods when demands are high we may need to temporarily close our on-line store to fulfill orders and check stock.
All orders under 100 packets are delivered by Australia Post – Express. Minimum postage cost is $11.
Postage and handling are calculated at checkout.
For order over 100 packets – postage will be confirmed upon confirmation email of your order.
Postage and handling will not be charged for local pickups.
Seeds per Packet
The number of seeds per packet is displayed next to the varieties’ SKU code.
We look to provide enough for gardeners for a number of seasons. Some seeds are very small and are hand counted rather than weighed, and some variation in actual seeds per packet may occur.
We accept payment for on-line orders through Direct Deposit or Cheque/Money Order.
Sorry we do not accept on-line credit card payments.
Upon receipt of your order we will confirm that we have stocks to meet your order and provide you with payment details.
For local pickup orders we have eftpos facilities.
We do not accept bulk orders due the limitations of the size of our gardens.
Some varieties may have limits in regards to the number of packets you can purchase.
This is dependent on our current stock and what we are currently growing/harvesting in our gardens.
We will confirm quantities upon receipt of your order.
Use of Photos
The Drylands Foundation hold copyright of all photos used on this website, unless otherwise stated.
Please email us should you wish to use or link to our photos for non-commercial or commercial use.
Why choose our seeds
Grown Right Here
All our seed is grown on our farm’s Permaculture Gardens in Geraldton.
None of the seeds we sell are imported and repackaged.
Each season we select the best plants from each variety and progressively acclimatise them to our changing climate.
We have been growing, saving and selling heirloom seeds since the mid-1980’s.
Our experience in dryland organic gardening allows us to offer practical advice on how and when to grow your productive garden and begin your own seed saving journey.
Buy On-line or At Selected Retailers
Non-GMO, Chemical Free Seeds
All our seeds are Non-GMO, Non-Hybrid Open Pollinated heirloom varieties.
We grow organically and manage our gardens to avoid cross pollination and keep our varieties pure.
From the Past to the Future
Our vegetables, herbs and local native seed is a valuable biodiversity resource.
By growing on seed, we are able to adapt our varieties to changing climate conditions and demands.
Our heirloom seed varieties represent the efforts of our past seed savers to preserve our botanical and culinary heritage for the future.
Looking for Vege Seedlings?
Seasonally grown heirloom varieties. Local Pickup Only.
Useful links and Downloads
333 David Rd (North), Waggrakine
Geraldton,Western Australia 6530
Tel. (08) 9938 1628
Mob. 0458 38 1628
ABN: 60 163 754 943
The Drylands Permaculture Farm, is managed by the Drylands Foundation, a not-for-profit environmental organisation.
The Foundation utilises the Farm, to promote and demonstrate environmental sustainability and conservation through social enterprise.
Photo: Seeds Galore – Yilgarn Seeds © J. Firth 2008