Woolworths Australia Discovery Garden 2 is on the way

A second instalment of the Woolworths Discovery Garden is rumoured to be on the way. 

The Australian supermarket’s Discovery Garden campaign currently running, gives shoppers a free seedling kit with every $30 spent.

While keen gardeners love the idea, the offer is set to end October 22, however, there’s a possibility a Discovery Garden 2 is on the cards.

Current whispers suggest the promotion has been such a hit that the supermarket has plans to offer another instalment – and sooner than you think.

Woolworths Discovery Garden (pictured) offers shoppers one free seedling kit with every $30 they spend

Woolworths Discovery Garden (pictured) offers shoppers one free seedling kit with every $30 they spend

Woolworths Discovery Garden (pictured) offers shoppers one free seedling kit with every $30 they spend

According to New Idea Food, a source close to the publication revealed there’s been so much positive feedback, it makes sense run the campaign again.

‘Discovery Garden 2 could be on the way sooner than you think,’ they said.

‘It’s been such a hit and the feedback has been so positive, Woolworths are already talking about doing round two with completely different plants.’ 

The Discovery Garden range offers 24 different herb, flower and vegetable seeds to collect and grow

The Discovery Garden range offers 24 different herb, flower and vegetable seeds to collect and grow

The Discovery Garden range offers 24 different herb, flower and vegetable seeds to collect and grow

Woolworths Discovery Garden promotion has proven so popular, dedicated Facebook pages with thousands of fans have sprung up in its wake.

‘I just love Discovery Garden, it’s so good to see Woolworths handing out something that’s good the for environment and fun to do for the whole family,’ wrote one person.

While another revealed the sorts of plants they’d like to see added to a new release.

The promotion has proven so popular, dedicated Facebook pages with thousands of fans have sprung up in its wake

The promotion has proven so popular, dedicated Facebook pages with thousands of fans have sprung up in its wake

 The promotion has proven so popular, dedicated Facebook pages with thousands of fans have sprung up in its wake

‘Cucumbers, red onion, celery, capsicum just to name a few,’ said one.

While another said: ‘Strawberries should have been included and spring onions.’

One person commented the supermarket might like to add a range of gardening accessories to make it easier to plant the seedlings once sprouted.

‘Why aren’t they selling raised garden beds, pots etc to go along with it all? Maybe next year it will come back bigger and better.’

According to a Woolworths spokesperson, at this stage a new Discovery Garden can’t be confirmed. 

‘While we never say never, this is just speculation. Discovery Garden has been really popular and we’re pleased to see so many of our customers enjoying the program,’ they said.

‘Our focus remains fairly and squarely on delivering the existing program, so our customers can complete their collections.’