Wildflowers and Gardens
There were many exciting things to see and do to complement the spectacular displays of Western Australian wildflowers during the 2014 Kings Park Festival.
'Dig it with Coffee' sessions every Wednesday morning provided free native gardening advice and inspiration over coffee at Zamia Cafe. The Festival florist was in the park every weekend in September. Visitors were able to purchase bunches of native flowers to take a piece of the Festival home with them.
The Native Plant Sale was once again entremely popular. Held over three days on the long weekend the Friends of Kings Park saw thousands of people come to buy native plants. All of the plants were cultivated by the Friends of Kings Park.
The feature flowers for the 2014 Kings Park Festival were the most popular and striking - the Pink Everlasting, the Red and Green Kangaroo Paw and the Qualup Bell. Visitors were able to use QR-codes in the garden beds around the park to read about these showstopper flowers.
- Last Updated: 30 September 2014