Needs some new plants? Don’t want to break the budget buying them? We have the solution!! The Huge Plant Sale is back on again on 13th October 2019.
Keith and Maureene, a retired couple, are avid gardeners and propagators. In April and October each year Keith and Maureene open their house and hold a huge plant sale. The sale is aptly called the Huge Plant Sale.
All proceeds from the Huge Plant Sale are donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). They have nearly raised over $100 000 for breast cancer since they started selling plants a few years ago.
The Spring sale is on 13th October 2019 – put that in your diary now. If you love plants you will love this sale.
Pardon the pun, but the Huge Plant Sale keeps growing each year. In 2019 there will be 1500 plants for sale and over 300 varieties. Even if you have visited the Huge Plant Sale before, ITC recommends you visit again. Keith likes to mix it up and you never know what you will find in his garden!!!
There is something for everyone:
- Small Trees
- Fig Trees
- Native Plants
The prices range from $2.00 to $20.00 – the average plant price is around $5.00.
The Huge Plant Sale has gone native. Well not entirely, but this sale will have a much wider selection of native plants than they have had in the past. This is due to the kindness and generosity of the Lane Cove Council Community Nursery which donated over 300 small cuttings which Keith and Maureene are growing on ready to sell in at their sale. So as well as their usual offerings of Brachyscome daisies Scaevola, Christmas Bush etc. they will have a lot of new varieties, Some Wattles, different pea flower plants, lovely trailing Hardenbergia and a pretty little Hibbertia.
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