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ROSEWOOD NATIVE PLANT SALE

& ENVIRO DAY

Saturday 16 October 2021

9AM-3PM. Rosewood Showgrounds, 1 Railway St, Rosewood


Prices start from just $2! Huge range available including flowering, rare, threatened, bushfood, fauna food plants.

Native Plant specialists will be on hand to assist with identification, recommendations and questions.

Stalls and displays – Ipswich Koala Protection Society, Bat Rescue, Bush Food Association, ICC Conservation, Birds QLD, Botanical Artists Society of Queensland and more!

Free Entry, EFTPOS, Food & drink available, BYO reusable bags/boxes

Brought to you by Native Plants QLD Ipswich Branch

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

NOTE: Due to the current covid restrictions in South East Queensland some events in our calendar may have changed. Please check with the local branch to confirm. 

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


Upcoming events

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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