Did you know May and June are the perfect months to sow your everlasting seeds to ensure they bloom in spring?

Grow your own pink everlastings at home

Fields of beautiful pink everlastings attract hundreds of thousands of admirers to Kings Park in September each year, but you don’t need an army of horticulturists to grow perfect pink everlastings in your own garden.

We picked the brains of Kings Park horticulturist Dan who shared his top tips for sowing and growing pink everlastings in this video. You might also be interested in viewing the plant notes and other gardening resources in the Our Plants section of the Kings Park website.

Don’t forget this year’s Kings Park Festival will be held between 1 - 30 September 2019. As well as carpets of pink everlastings, kangaroo paws, waxes, bells and thousands of other Western Australian wildflowers will also burst into bloom, providing you with plenty of native garden inspiration.  

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Australia Day 2020

Road closures and service interruptions will occur in Kings Park and Bold Park from Sunday 26 January to Monday 27 January, 2020.

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Kings Park Community Survey

Kings Park and Botanic Garden belongs to the people of Western Australia, so your views about how the park is managed are important to us.

It’s been a blast, 2019!

Thank you 2019, its been a blast. With the unwavering support of our Western Australian community, we have celebrated the highs and weathered a few lows.

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