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IT'S OUR 1ST BIRTHDAY!

Thank you to everyone who has supported us so far! To show our appreciation, we are offering 10% off our full catalogue from now until August 16th. Simply use the code 1STBDAY at checkout for 10% off all the products in your cart!

Making the most of Autumn in your Garden
It can be easy to forget about your autumn and winter garden when summer produces many of our favourites, but getting the jump on the cold weather and shorter sunlight days will pay you back with beautiful homegrown harvests that you’ll appreciate in time to come.
Summer is here!

Hello fellow gardeners! Now is an excellent time for seed sowing and a great chance to try growing some new fruit, herbs and vegetables in the garden. Many popular plants are perfect for sowing now, so why not try growing Basil, Coriander, or even Watermelons from seed if you haven’t before.

Getting Spring ready in the Garden

Spring is starting to show itself now - albeit in patches! It’s a great idea to start sowing some spring seeds. Staggering your sowing is a simple technique that works for most people. Sowing a little bit often is also more achievable and manageable than going all out, and by staggering your plantings you’ll also stagger your harvests – choice!

Growing Plants from Seed Guide

To start the transformation from a seed into a young seedling, seeds require some warmth, air and moisture to encourage the germination process to get underway. Getting a bunch of new seedlings started for your garden is surprisingly easy and a lot of fun. Seeds are available in a much wider range than the plants on offer at your local garden centre, so why not give growing some unique varieties a go!

Welcome to Grow Yours

Hello and welcome! Grow Yours is a family run business supplying quality seeds for growing great plants. We're proudly NZ owned and operated. We’re very excited to present our introductory range of seeds for home gardeners and growers. Our current catalogue contains various heirloom (or heritage) varieties, plus some popular open pollinated varieties.