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Native Plant Sale
When
09:00am - 12:30pm, Sunday, 11 September 2022
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Where
At Poolgarla Parkland Poolgarla Parkland, Kulunga Grv, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Phone
(+61 8) 9480 3679
Email
events@friendsofkingspark.com.au
Website
friendsofkingspark.com.au
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Plant Sales, Kings Park Festival

Join us for the Friends of Kings Park Native Plant Sale during the Kings Park Festival.

Choose from a huge range of healthy native plants on sale, cultivated and grown by 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 will be available on the Friends of Kings Park website a few weeks prior to the events.

All plants are lovingly cultivated by the Friends of Kings Park and funds raised support projects in Kings Park and Botanic Garden.

The Horticultural Advice and Support team will be on hand to provide free advice on planting and looking after your plants.

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