Southern Highlands Plant Fair is part of the Autumn Open Garden Weekend. Now in its 9th year, the Southern Highlands Plant Fair this year will welcome stall holders from across NSW and Victoria, along with some local nurseries and of course the plants grown by the Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens.
Open Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 4pm. Entry $10 to the Plant Fair or $35 for the Plant Fair and all 5 Open Gardens or $32 ticket for groups of 10 or more
Stalls this year will include:
Alameda Homestead Nursery – hybrid clematis, wisteria, daphne and hardy perennials
Antique Perennials – rare and unusual perennials, including shade loving woodlanders, bulbs, prairie plants and other hardy perennials.
Bowral Box Hedging – Locally grown Box hedging and topiary
Camellias-R-Us – one of the largest ranges of camellias in Australia with around 300 different varieties for sale at any one time
Country Farm Perennials – Specialists in drought tolerant, hardy and shade loving perennials for all those difficult garden spots.
Exeter Designer Plants – Production nursery for grafted trees and shrubs, Maple Specialists
Moidart Nursery – With over 40 years of experience growing and selling rare and unusual plants
Perennialle Nursery – Drought tolerant, drought hardy and low water use perennials and other plants
Post Office Nursery – Specialist hellebore (winter rose) nursery
Red Earth Bulb Farm – Many new, unusual and hard to source bulbs of the highest quality
Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens – all plants produced by the SHBG Plant Growers Group with all stock sourced from local gardens
$10 entry to Plant Fair, or $35 entry to plant fair and 5 open gardens. No dogs allowed within the fenced area as the Botanic Gardens is a bird habitat.