Markets

After a break to move house and have a baby, we’re back at the March 16th market! We’ve missed all our regular customers and new faces so make sure you stop by and say hello! We’ll be in a different spot for the first little while, but we’ll definitely be there!

At the stall

You can catch us every month at our stall at the Glenbrook market (the 3rd Saturday of each month at Glenbrook Infants School).

We have an ever-changing seasonal range of chemical free seedlings and heirloom seeds, as well as local produce and free growing advice.

We love hearing the success people have with our seedlings and seeds. We also love hearing about what’s happening in your garden so drop by for a chat!

Help us recycle! When people buy our seedlings we pack them up in recycled takeaway boxes or trays (any rectangular boxes more than 100mm x 100mm) to save on costs and packaging waste. If you would like to bring some boxes along for us, rather than throwing them away, we would be most grateful!

Swap or sell your garden goodies at our Community Corner

Supported by the Blue Mountains City Council, we run the Lower Mountains “Swap or Sell” Community Corner at our Glenbrook Market stall.Local Produce Flyer June 2011

We can sell your excess fresh vegies, eggs and produce for you, for FREE! We can give you a idea of how much organic veg sells for, but you will ultimately decide the price you want for your goods. You can also give produce away, or make a trade if you like the look of other ‘swap or sell’ produce. if you’re interested, just turn up on market day and please bring along some kind of box/basket to display your produce. NB: fresh free-range eggs are particularly popular! 

In the Blue Mountains there are already 2 other vegie “swap or sell” stalls. The Mid-Mountains stall in Lawson is run by John and Loret on the 3rd Sunday of the month at the Magpie Markets. The Upper Mountains stall at Blackheath Public School takes place on the 1st Sunday of each month. We are bridging the link up the mountains by providing this free of charge service to the folks of the lower mountains.

It’s part of how we like to give back to our community.

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