The largest showcase of exotic garden plants is all set at the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens Auditorium. If you’re a keen gardener on the hunt for beautiful plants that will make your garden stand out from the rest, be at the National Palm and Cycad Show to find a range of unusual varieties.
The National Palm and Cycad Show from the Palm and Cycad Society of Australia takes place on the 7th and 8th of March 2020. This annual event has the best display of native and exotic tropical plants that are easy to cultivate and grow.
Some 40 palm varieties and rare cycads with different leaves, shapes and sizes will be up for sale. Aside from the sale of palm and cycads, this annual event is a chance to talk face-to-face with gardening experts.
If you’re planning a new green space in your backyard or front yard, you can score good deals at the National Palm and Cycad Show. All visitors will also receive a list of 20 drought-tolerant palms to cultivate so they’ll have an idea of what to look for at the showcase.
A few educational displays and market stalls with discounted items specific to gardeners will be set up as well.
The exotic garden plant showcase will open at 9:00 a.m. General admission is for $3 per guest.
For more information, phone Daryl O’Connor at 0488 125 555.