Australian National Botanic Gardens

Saturday 27 August, 8.30 am – 11.00 am (or earlier if sold out) — Education Lawn

A boutique sale with plants grown by the Gardens’ Growing Friends from material sourced in the Gardens.

All proceeds go to support the Gardens. Come early for the best selection.

A wide range of plants to suit gardeners from the novice to the connoisseur will be available for purchase, including callistemons, correas, leptospermum & the ACT floral emblem, Wahlenbergia gloriosa – great in a damp spot or a self-watering pot.

Event subject to COVID-19 protocols and public health guidelines. Any changes will be posted on our Facebook page or call the Visitor Centre for updates 6250 9540.

Additional information:

Looking for trees? There are larger trees such as Podocarpus elatus, Brown Pine, both male & female forms, with its edible plum-like fruits developing on the female plant after fertilising., also medium sized trees such as Ficus coronata, the Sandpaper Fig, whose leaves resemble sandpaper or Backhousia myrtifolia, and the variably sized but mostly smaller Podocarpus lawrencei. Mountain Plum Pine, both male & female forms. 

If you have a shady, well composted spot consider the shrub Austromyrtus tenuifolia with its edible berries. Or for a sunny or partly shaded spot in well-drained soil consider the beautiful prostrate Persoonia chamaepitys.

We have lots of a favourite groundcover, Chrysocephalum apiculatum, Common Everlasting or Yellow Buttons.
 

When

Saturday 27 August, 8.30 am – 11.00 am (or earlier if sold out)

Where

Education Lawn

Price

Plants $6 and $10