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Brisbane Garden & Plant Expo March 2019

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Mark the weekend of the 16th & 17th March on your calendar:  Its the Brisbane Garden & Plant Expo at Doomben.

There will be thousands of plants for sale, plenty of gardening advice including workshops and talks, and many interesting new garden products to see.

Last year was the inaugural event and it proved to be a great day out.  Even car parking and public transport was so much easier than most people expected.  This year there are more exhibits, more speakers and improvements to the layout.

If you're going please come and visit us.  As well as some popular lines, many of the plants that we're bringing can be hard to find in retail centres, including plants for indoors, bulb collectors, and tropical gardens.

One hundred shades of orange

We were attending the Queensland Garden Expo earlier in the year when a customer looked at one of our clivias and remarked, "Oh yes, I've got the orange one".With Clivias, there's such a diversity of flower shapes, sizes, shades and centre colours, among other things that there really is no "orange one".I took the photo [...]

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Open days at the nursery

We've been making some improvements to the nursery:  upgraded drainage, the addition of new growing areas, and lots of new lines of plants.  The excavators are still here working so unfortunately we won't be able to open to the public this year.You can still order online and we can post your order to you or [...]

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Your last chance: We're open on Saturday 16th December

If you've not made it to one of our plant sale days then here's a final chance.  We'll be open on Saturday 16th December from 7.30am to 1pm.  We'll have a huge range of plants for sale including many that would make excellent christmas gifts.Even if you're only slightly creative you could pot a range [...]

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Open to the public this Saturday 21st October 2017 - even if it is raining

Regardless of the weather we're going to open the nursery this Saturday as planned for our plant sale from 7.30am to 1pm.Come along if you can.Our address is 998 Mt Glorious Rd, Highvale.We'll have lots of succulents, bromeliads, clivias, agapanthus, gingers, flowering bulbs and landscaping plants like Lomandras and Philodendron Xanadus.  We'll also have a [...]

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The first signs of Spring

Spring is here and if you live in SE Queensland, you are forgiven for thinking that we've actually skipped Winter this year.In the nursery our Ornithogalum dubiums were the first to flower (also called Sun Star of Bethlehem).  You might be more familiar with their relatives Ornithogalum arabicum (also called Arabian star flower, Arabs eye, or [...]

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Queensland Garden Expo + Brisbane International Garden Show

The Brisbane International Garden Show that has been held at Strathpine for the past two Octobers won't be on this year.  It is going to be on every second year so will skip this year.  It will be less often but it will be a bigger and better event.The Queensland Garden Expo at Nambour is [...]

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December & January Posting Dates

We'd like to wish all of our customers a safe and happy Christmas holidays.  We're taking some time off from the nursery to spend time with our family too, so over December and January we have revised our posting dates. From February it will be back to business as normal and we'll have lots of [...]

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More peach & pastel Clivias listed today!

Most of our available European Peach Clivias will be sold at our plant sale on 24th September or at the Brisbane International Garden Show in early October.  However, some have flowered a bit early so we've listed them for sale on our site.  Have a look - each one is unique.  

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A Ghost Clivia?

Have you ever heard of a parti-colour Clivia?  This refers to Clivias that have flowers that are missing colour pigment on their petals in patches.  It's often called "ghosting".  Fortunately this usually happens in patterns so the outcome can be very attractive like in the flower pictured here that is currently blooming in the nursery. [...]

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