Update - My 2017 open weekend was a huge success with people coming from hundreds of Km away. The weather was kind and visitors seemed to go away happy with all the information they obtained. Thank you everyone who came, and those who helped.
Next open weekend will be the first sunday of Feb (3rd Feb) in Feb 2019 when harvesting of many crops will be underway.

2019 Open Day

Sunday Feb 3  2019  -  9.30am to 3.00pm  FREE to attend

Come and see my little seed farm, what I am growing and my set up. I will only be showing my main farm as I have new varieties I am breeding or growing out in the other blocks for other people and seed companies, and this is to protect their interests. You are welcome to arrive at any time as it is pretty informal. I will have seed for sale in packets.

PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU ARE COMING SO I KNOW HOW MANY PEOPLE TO EXPECT. I only have a dozen chairs so you might like to bring your own folding chairs to sit on.

Market, showcasing local products and eco businesses. 

Showcase and display of local produce from all over the area

Food and coffee vans

Guest Speaker: Carolyn Gemmell, from Mudlark Permaculture

Information leaflets for anyone who wants to walk through themselves and look at what unusual vegetables are growing. 

Please bring a brimmed hat as it may be hot that day

PLACE: 157 Bahgalla Rd. Next to the DEPI on the edge of Casterton. You are welcome to email me for directions.

More info Ph- 0401 203 447  or email: gardenlarderseeds@gmail.com


*Coffee van

* Food van

*Discussion and questions answered

*Look around and see what I am growing

*Cold drinks/ice-creams available

*Seed packets for sale

*Market - seeds, fresh produce, wines, pastured chickens, eco friendly packaging and products, much more

*Local produce display

*Guest speaker

* Hire toilets. There are a couple of disabled friendly toilets available in town

By attending this open day you understand that Garden Larder is a working farm and you may be exposed to hazards such as, but not limited to: trip hazards, insect stings, food allergens. Attending persons take these risks upon themselves. 

Volunteers needed


  • Be aware that there will be trip hazards. You will be walking over uneven ground. 
  • No small children, unless they can be carried. Children have a hard time distinguishing bed boundries. This is not a hard rule so if you are careful and will hold your childs hand that should be ok. I have many rare and valuable plants in the beds that I can't have stepped on.
  • Nibbling of some plants is allowed but be aware that different people have different reactions to foods, especially if you have never eaten them before. Please ask before nibbling.
  • Being February, it may be hot, please bring a brimmed hat,  and a folding chair if you have one