If you’re looking for that special plant, why not check out the exquisite and rare bromeliads available from local and interstate growers on sale during the Bromeliad Society of Australia’s Autumn Show at the Federation Pavilion, Castle Hill Showground on Saturday, 11 May between 9-4pm and Sunday, 12 May between 10-3pm.
Check out some of the participating growers:-
Chris Larsen – Tillandsia specialist
Gary and Angela Flemming – Spectacular tropical looking
Vrieseas John Townsend – larger varieties of the new hybrid Vrieseas Doug Binns – Terrestrials
Allan Beard, David Scott, Elizabeth Mudriczki and Shirley and John Hepenstall – just to name a few excellent growers selling a variety of bromeliads to suit all tastes. There will also be lots of Alcantares for sale.
“Bromeliads make wonderful gifts for Mother’s Day and this is an opportunity to buy direct from some of the best growers at exceptionally good prices.
This show is not to be missed if you’re a bromeliad enthusiast or looking for plants that are colourful, drought tolerant and very low maintenance, not to mention their wonderful flower spikes,” said Ian Hook, President, BSA.
There will be a huge bromeliad display, over 20 plant sale tables that are continually restocked, competitions, books, pots, information and free advice available by experienced growers.
There is plenty of parking on site and admission is free to the show. For further information call Ian Hook on mobile 0408 202 269 email: [email protected] or check out the website http://www.bromeliad.org.au