The Hellebore Specialists

Post Office Farm Nursery attends a number of specialist Plant Fairs and Garden Expos.  These are a great opportunity to buy plants from small specialist nurseries.

In Spring 2017 Post Office Farm Nursery will be attending the following Plant Fairs, in Victoria and NSW:

 

Yea Garden Expo

An exciting new Garden Expo now in its second year, this event will be held on the weekend of 23rd and 24th of September at the Yea Racecourse.  For more information see here.

 

Garden Lovers Fair at Bolobek

Organised by the Mt Macedon Horticultural Society, this is a long established and much loved Plant Fair held in the stunning surrounds of the historic Bolobek property at 370 Mt Macedon Rd, Macedon.  In 2017 the Fair will take place on the weekend of the 7th and 8th of OctoberFore more information see here.

 

Gippsland Garden and Home Expo

This is the second biggest Garden show in Victoria with dozens of exhibitors and a very keen following from the gardeners of Gippsland and the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne.  This year the Expo will be held on the weekend of the 14th and 15th of October at Lardner Park, just out of Warragul.  See here for more information.

 

Botanic and Rare Plant Fair

Returning for its second year, this wonderful event is a joint venture between the Melbourne Botanic Gardens and the Diggers Club.  Lots of interesting plant sellers, talks and presentations all held in the wonderful surrounds of the Observatory Gate precinct of the Botanic Gardens in Melbourne.  This fair will be held on the weekend of 21st and 22nd of October, see here for more information.

 

Garden Lovers Market at Crookwell Garden Festival

In addition to the many lovely gardens to see over the Crookwell Garden Festival weekend, there is the Garden Lovers Market held on Saturday November 11th at St Bartholomew’s Anglican Church in Crookwell, NSW.  See here for more information.

 

 

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