Gardens Club Fair
GARDEN CLUBS AND SOCIETIES PLANT FAIR
Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 September 2017
8.30am to 4pm Saturday & 9am to 3pm Sunday
South Perth Community Centre
cnr South Terrace and Sandgate Street, South Perth
Is there anything better than a plant sale? How about a great plant sale? Spring has sprung and this Fair offers the opportunity to add some interesting plants to your garden from a wide range of well grown plants by dedicated members of various horticultural clubs and societies.
Imagine being able to come along to one air-conditioned venue and have all your plant and gardening questions answered by the people who know plants best and can offer suggestions on how they fit into a water wise and colourful garden?
Sponsored by The WA Horticultural Council, the biannual Garden Clubs & Societies Plant Fair brings together affiliated members and their expertise. It is also the perfect opportunity to find a garden club to join.
A large variety of plants will be on sale and display and this year’s participants include the African Violet Society, Cactus & Succulent Society, Gardeners’ Circle, Geranium & Pelargonium Society, Heritage Roses in Australia, Palm & Cycad Society, Rose Society of WA, South Eastern Orchid Society, WA Bromeliad Society, WA Chrysanthemum Society, WA Fern Society, WA Gerbera Society and the Wildflower Society of WA will be selling their “must have” selection of books and gifts. We’ve also managed to fit in some interesting commercial groups: South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL), Red Rock Carnivorous Plants, Orchidup from Walpole, Plants by Denise and a new participant, Perth Hills Veggie Co offering heirloom veggies and flowers.
If you’re looking for something new to spruce up your garden, don’t miss the opportunities offered by this unique plant sale – see you there!
Helen Martin-Beck, Executive Officer
Western Australian Horticultural Council Inc
PO Box 787, Hillarys WA 6923
Tel: 6361 7688
(The next Fair will be held at South Perth Community Centre 24 & 25 February 2018)