Autumn Garden Weekend and Plant Fair

Bowral, NSW, 2576

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This is the 9th year of our annual Autumn Garden Weekend and Plant Fair. This year we have four very different town gardens and 1 very large country garden. The Plant Fair, which is based at the Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens this year will host a number of well known nurseries from NSW and Victoria along with stalls of plants grown by the SHBG Plant Growers group most of which are rare unusual or hard to find. A plant collectors dream.

Open Garden Dates/Times

Saturday, 27 April 2019 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Sunday, 28 April 2019 9:00AM - 4:00PM

Entry Fee: $10

$10 for single garden and Plant Fair entry $35 for all 5 Gardens and Plant Fair
visit www.shbg.com.au For further information

Warning: Water in the garden, Uneven surfaces, Trip hazards

Location & Contact Info

  • 1 Old South Road
  • Bowral, NSW, 2576

Local Climate Zone: 9 - Cool Temperate

Summer avg. Max: 23°C Winter avg. Min: 3°C
Avg Frost Days:45
 
Annual Rainfall avg: 1357mm. Summer avg. 336mm.
No. of rainy days: 51 Winter avg. 298mm.

Also open on Sat, 27 April 2019

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Plants for Sale

This year we are pleased to announce we have a number of nurseries from Victoria and NSW including, Antique Perennials, Perenniale, Alamada Homestead, Post Office Hellebores, Country Farm Perennials, Moidarts, Exeter Designer Plants and Bowral Box hedging attending the Plant Fair . And of course there will be stalls of plants grown by the Plant Growers Group of the Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens. Many of the plants are rare unusual or hard to find and all suitable for growing in the Southern Highlands.

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