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Propagating and growing native plants for beautiful, sustainable, fauna-friendly gardens and public spaces

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Native Plants Queensland is a community-based organisation committed to growing, conserving and studying Australian plants.

The Spring Native Plants Market is back!

Click here to get all the details on our September Plants Market & don't forget to sign up for a copy of the plant list ahead of time. This is an event not to be missed!  



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What's on?

Our online events calendar for June to September 2021 is now live! Click here to discover the exciting range of meetings & events happening across Queensland. 

NOTE: Due to the current lockdown in South East Queensland some events in our calendar have been cancelled. Please check with the local branch to confirm. 

We also have Covid-19 Guidelines for meetings and excursions (7 Sept 2020).

The recent Autumn Native Plants Market was our biggest one yet! 

- low prices direct from growers
- tubestock to established plants
- fantastic range for all gardens (water wise plants, bush foods, bird/bee/butterfly attracting plants, rare and unusual plants)
- expert advice

Did you love the market as much as we did?

Or maybe you couldn't make it. If so be sure to sign up for updates so you don't miss our next Native Plants Market! 

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Native Plant Market Growers' Tips

Our market growers share their favourite plants and best tips.

Changing colour with the seasons -
Grower #9 Jan Sked

Hibiscus ‘Colour Magic’

Have you ever seen a plant that can change the colour of its flowers to match the seasons? Well, I have one called Hibiscus ‘Colour Magic’.

This exciting little Hibiscus produces beautiful lemon flowers in winter, pink in spring, before changing to maroon/purple in summer. A perfect choice for year-round interest.

It only grows to about a metre or so in height so great for gardens of all sizes.  Performs best in a moist situation.

Specimens produced from cuttings were available from Grower #9 at the recent Autumn Plants Market.

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A scented butterfly plant

Grower #65


Ancient highly perfumed shrub

Grower #69

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