Medowie Garden Club host spring plant sale

Green thumbs a plenty with Medowie Garden Club members preparing for the plant sale.
Green thumbs a plenty with Medowie Garden Club members preparing for the plant sale.


THE Medowie Garden Club are back and blooming with their spring garden sale.

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The sale is on 28 October at the Medowie Community Centre Car Park from 8am till 1pm.

The Club members have polished their luminescent green thumbs, and have prepared a garden smorgasboard of plants at very reasonable prices for the public to buy to support the club.

For those with less than green thumbs, the club will also be running a sausage sizzle with bacon and egg rolls included.

The Garden Club regularly holds these sales to align with spring and autumn, to give locals the perfect opportunity to gather seasonally appropriate plants.

Medowie Garden Club carefully select the plants they grow and sell, ensuring their choices are perfect for Medowie’s environment.

If you could benefit from some gardening advice to help you gardens flourish, the members of Medowie Garden Club will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Medowie Garden Club secretary Christina Voigt told News Of The Area, “We are so excited to bring the plant sale to the residents of Medowie again.”

“’This is a great chance to come and chat to enthusiastic gardeners, buy some plants and support a wonderful community group.”

The proceeds from the plant sales are used to benefit members, by subsidising club activities, such as outings to places of interest to the avid gardeners.

The Medowie Garden Club holds meetings on the first Saturday of each month, with the exception of January.

Gardeners and residents of Medowie are always welcome to attend.

The meetings are held at alternating member’s residences each month, who take turns hosting the club and giving advice from their own gardens with tips and solutions that have helped them.

There are also outings arranged to open gardens and to growers markets, where growers are invited to give a talk on their speciality.


By Rachael VAUGHAN

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