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Native Plant Sale
When
09:00am - 11:30pm, Sunday, 08 November 2020
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Where
At Exhibition Ground Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Fraser Avenue, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Phone
(+61 8) 9480 3679
Email
friendskpadmin@bgpa.wa.gov.au
Website
friendsofkingspark.com.au
Categories
Plant Sales

Visitors can choose from a huge range of native plants on sale, cultivated and grown by volunteers from the Friends of Kings Park, including rare species not often found in commercial nurseries.

Enthusiastic gardeners will find an interesting range of banksias, grevilleas, triggerplants, small mallee eucalypts, verticordias and more. A list of the plant species on sale is available on the Friends of Kings Park website prior to each sale.

All plants are grown from cuttings collected in the Kings Park Nursery or the Botanic Garden, from seeds collected from plants grown in Kings Park or from commercial Western Australian seed suppliers. Kings Park Volunteer Master Gardeners are present at each sale to provide free advice on planting and looking after your plants.

All funds raised go directly towards supporting research and special projects at Kings Park and Botanic Garden.

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