Spruce up your home or garden with a little or a lot of foliage when Bundaberg Bush House and Garden Club hosts their Monster Plant Sale next month.
Making a return to the North Bundaberg Progress Hall after a two-and-a-half-year hiatus due to COVID-19 regulations, the club's popular fundraiser event will have hundreds of plants on offer.
Club promotion officer Lorraine Boyes said there would be a variety of plants species to cater for both indoor and outdoor settings at reasonable prices.
“We have a huge quantity of quality plants, from orchards, bromeliads and ferns to desert roses – the list just goes on and on,” she said.
“All of the plants are grown locally by members of our club, so you know each one is suitable for our area and they will survive when you take them home.”
The monster plant sale is the main fundraiser for Bundaberg Bush House and Garden Club, and will give local gardeners the chance to pick up a new skill on how to grow the trickiest of plants.
This year the club will celebrate its 60th anniversary and Lorraine said new members were always welcome.
“We currently have 79 members, including 13 life members, who are keen to share gardening tips and hints with the community,” Lorraine said.
“It’s the perfect opportunity for green thumbs to come together, or for novice and newbie gardeners to get some advice.
“We really do have some expert gardeners that can grow anything in our club, and they are more than happy to share information.”
To find out more or to join the Bundaberg Bush House and Garden Club, click here, or phone Lorraine on 4153 3324.
The Monster Plant Sale will be held on Saturday, 2 April from 7am to noon at the North Bundaberg Progress Hall, corner Queen and Gavegan Street.
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