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Events for 1 April 2017
'Sweet Addiction' is an exhibition you can taste! It's the first themed exhibition in the brand new Calyx - the exhibition space of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. Exploring the world of chocolate, 'Sweet Addiction' offers a journey of learning through a tropical rainforest and the home of Theobroma cacao, the chocolate tree. See the Mayan godFind out more »
Curated by the renown Howard Tanner, this collection of photographs captures the essence of contemporary landscape design across New South Wales. Featuring private gardens from Berry to Glen Innes, and Sydney public gardens and roof gardens, these inspiring images highlight current trends in landscape design, including cloud pruning, use of Australian plants and spectacular sculpture. AFind out more »
Discover a springtime event that’s bursting with farm-to-table flavors, brilliant blooms, interactive playgrounds and rocking entertainment! Amazing Disney-themed topiary, flower beds, gardens and events all through March to end May, with specialist gardening and plant-growing advice on weekends. See the gardens lit at night. In 2017, visit our Outdoor Kitchens for tasting plates and farm-to-tableFind out more »
With a major focus on emerging lifestyle trends, the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show is set to inspire crowds with breathtaking floral displays and spectacular Show Gardens. Visitors to the show will also experience masterclasses with floral designers, to meet key landscape designers, exhibitors and industry experts, as well as peruse the avenues ofFind out more »
A rose by any other name? Join new ASA Tour Leader Deryn Thorpe for "Risqué Royals, Flirtatious Females & Scandalous Sirs", an entertaining romp through the pages of garden history! Deryn Thorpe presents an entertaining lecture on how a selection of roses have been named after historical figures. Using historical letters, poetry, diary entries and beautifulFind out more »