At just 10 years old, Petalynn Webb is fundraising for bushfire relief efforts by selling seeds.
Known as the Little Seed Girl, Petalynn has been selling seeds for about a year.
Petalynn's mum, Mary, said it all started while Petalynn was gardening with her grandmother.
"My mum and I used to have a craft stall that we'd go to markets with," she said.
"She said, 'I need to start collecting seeds, and I'll have my own stall'.
"She'd sit there are she'd weigh them out and put them into little bags."
Petalynn said it didn't take too long to learn.
"I decided to because I was feeling like, 'if someone little can have a stall, I should have one'," she said.
Some of the seeds she sells include gigantic pumpkin seeds, poppies, love in the mist, beans, and lupins.
"My favorite is love in the mist," she said.
Petalynn said the decision to donate funds to fire relief efforts was made after a family holiday to the mainland.
"My family and I were going for a holiday, and we went to Lakes Entrance," she said. "I was feeling a little bit sad because there was lots of smoke and sad people, so I decided to do something about it and donate some to the fires and fire victims."
Since the launch of her appeal, she had sold 65 packets of seeds.
To buy a pack, visit The Little Seed Girl Facebook page.