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Trigg Plants at Nangawooka Open Day and Plant Sale Continue reading...

Autumn Plant Sale & Open Day at Nangawooka Flora Reserve

Corner Victor harbor Rd. and Waterport Rd., Victor Harbor South Australia Sunday May 2nd 2021 10am to 3pm The Australian Plant Society Fleurieu group Autumn Open Day and Plant sale is on again. Come and explore Nangawooka, buy native plants from a range of different growers including Trigg Plants and also ask them for advice. Bring a soil sample to have your pH tested for free. Buy morning and afternoon tea or a sausage from…

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FESTIVAL OF FLOWERS

24th April 10am to 4pm and 25th APRIL 12noon to 4pm SAINT PAULS COLLEGE 792 GRAND JUNCTION ROAD GILLES PLANES. ENTRY $3.00 South Australia’s largest flower show , the Festival of Flowers will be held on the Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th of April. This year 9 clubs and societies will put on the states largest plant and flower display. The Orchid Club of South Australia will be holding their Autumn Show and display along…

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SA AUTUMN GARDEN FESTIVAL

CLARE SHOWGROUNDS SUNDAY APRIL 18th 2021 10AM – 3PM The SA Autumn Garden Festival is the premier garden festival in South Australia. Held each year at the Clare Showgrounds in the beautiful Clare Valley, the Garden Festival brings together the best of South Australian plants, garden accessories and sculptures under the shade of the gum trees. This year guest speakers include Costa Geordiadis and Sophie Thompson amongst others. Over 70 garden stalls – Food &…

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AUSTRALIAN PLANT SOCIETY SA AUTUMN EXPO AND PLANT SALE 2021

Adelaide Showgrounds 10th April 10am to 4pm and 11th April 10.am to 3pm. All the plants are grown in South Australia by members of the society. Most are particularly suitable to Adelaide or South Australian conditions, but many varieties are of interest to enthusiasts – either because they are rare or unusual in some other way. There will be approximately 800 different species or varieties available this sale; enough to satisfy just about any requirement.…

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