Queensland Home Garden Expo is on again in Nambour, Friday 9th, Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th July. It is the best sub-tropical garden expo in Australia. We will be there with an extensive range of Camellias with about 100 varieties available, a bloom display of over 120 flowers and a digital photo show. As well, we will have a large range of Vireya Rhododendrons. Come in and see us at Expo. Check out the Expo site at www.homegardenexpo.com.au
Our nursery and gardens are open to the public on the weekends 19 & 20, 26 & 27 June, 3 & 4, 17 & 18, 24 & 25 July, 31 July & 1 Aug – 8.00am to 3.00 pm. We have about 175 camellia varieties – sasanqua and japonica -in 140mm pots available for sale, as well as some 50 varieties of vireya. See our lists. We are running out of some varieties. We also have hundreds of 200mm camellias – some at half price. Come and visit.
Maleny Garden Club are having their annual Open Gardens and Camellia Show this weekend. We will have more camellias at this show than we have ever done before with many different varieties available. Come up to Maleny for the day – Maleny High School Hall.
Just seen the sasanqua listing that links to the photo – very nice indeed. Couldn’t have wanted it better. Great work!
The nursery will be open this weekend – 8.00am – 3.00pm. come and visit, walk the gardens. Plants will be available for sale – probably the largest number of varieties in Queensland. PS If you like this site, tell your neighbours, your friends and family, tell your garden club. Visitors are welcome on our open days.
Sunday 23 May 2010, 9.00am to 4.00pm
Turner Park, Beerwah. We will have camellias, vireya rhododendrons – more varieties than you will see in one place outside the nursery. Come in and see us there.
We will be open to the public this weekend from 10am to 3pm. Plant listings are available on our website here. Come along to look or buy, remember we have all of our offered varieties throughout our extensive gardens so it’s perfect for getting inspired and seeing what might be possible in your own garden.
Toowoomba Gardenfest 2010 was fantastic – great weather and great plants, great stalls and great people. We had a great time. We had 90 different camellia varieties on offer.