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Gardens of Hampton - visit 3 magnificent Queensland country gardens featuring crab apple walk, old fashioned roses, massed perennials, mature trees, clipped camellias, wisteria arch, fruit trees, vegetable gardens and persimmons ripe and ready to harvest! Open from 9am to 5pm both Saturday 27 May and Sunday 28 May 2017. Entry $5 per garden (U18 free) at the gate. James and Barbara McGeogh Emaho Trees 507 Ravensbourne Dip Road via Tessman Road, Hampton Trish and Adrian Allan Blue Hills Garden Deeth…Find out more »
Visit six privately-owned gardens in the scenic hills behind Queensland's Sunshine Coast. Free entry to garden market, specialist plant stalls and food available. Garden Club produce and plant stall. Six open gardens including the historic Pattemore House. $20 for 6 gardens, $12.00 for 3 garden and $5.00 for 1 garden. Tickets available at Maleny Showgrounds and at the gardens. Enquiries to Dot - 5445 7795, Marnie 0428 669 990 or email@example.com Maleny Showgrounds, 13 Maleny-Stanley River Road, Maleny, Queensland 4552. Only a…Find out more »
A real country garden fair with something for everyone! Plant stalls, guest speakers featuring Noel Burdette, scarecrow contest, delicious food, free off-street parking. Venue: Old Esk Railway Station, Pipeliner Park, Esk-Hampton Road, Esk, Queensland. Only a one and a half hour drive west from Brisbane city. Cost: Entry by gold coin donation.Find out more »
Boabs and Bottle Trees: Join Attila Kapitany as we marvel at these majestic and spectacular giants of the Australian continent, some grotesque and monstrous, others appearing in need of a hug. Much of the presentation will show trees in habitat but with regular reference to cultivation and numerous pictures to support their incredible potential in landscape gardening and design. While some people are aware that Australia has the Queensland bottle tree (Brachychiton rupestris), most aren’t aware of several other species…Find out more »