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Palm and Cycad Societies of Australia

2011 Annual Show

Weekend 12/13 March

9am - 3pm

Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens Auditorium

Brisbane

Features :-

* Australia's largest selection of common and rare palms and cycads for sale, both plants and seeds.

* Displays of native and exotic palms and cycads.

* Bookstore - clearance sale of society books and magazines.

* Educational displays.

* Food and refreshments.

* Membership.

Come and have a chat with the friendly folk from the society and the nurseries, there's a wealth of info to be shared and gathered from the best in the business.

There's the annual walk through the gardens with the aussie ratpack, now that's worth the admission alone. :)

Admission:

Adults - $3.00

Pensioners - $2.00

Children - Free

All members welcome to bring plants to sell. Set-up is Friday afternoon March 11 between noon and 6:00 pm.

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So who from out of town are planning on coming along ? :unsure:

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So who from out of town are planning on coming along ? :unsure:

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So who from out of town are planning on coming along ? :unsure:

me

Bewdy Col, have you heard of any Tassie folk getting there ?

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I'll be there Wal, wouldn't miss the Ratpack tour of the gardens.

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