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Queensland Garden Expo

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Hi Bruce, I will be there in the AM of Sat and likely help out on the Utopia stand around peak period. I have to head down to Brisbane Sat afternoon for a birthday bash for my brother.

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Wal,

I'm coming down for Saturday so I'll see you then.

Bruce

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I'll be there to Wal, we'll have to catch up for a chin wag.

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Might not be able to make it now, we'll see.

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What was Subtropical Gardening Magazines stand like. That's a great magazine.

Best regards

Tyrone

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The Tropical Gardener stand were just selling subsciptions to the magazine.

Here are a few shots of the display garden done by Dan using some of Utopia's palms.

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Damn cold there early in the morning with a good frost on the ground.

Regards

Bruce

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Missed out going this year, will have to aim at getting there next year.

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The diehards are lined up at the gate well prior to the 8:00 am opening times, by 9:00 am most of parking is filled and by 10:00 am the town of Nambour is a mess with traffic backed up to the Bruce Highway.

Some BIG $$$ changes hands for the most exotic and collectable Broms etc. first thing on Friday morning, I heard the figure of $1,500.00 a few times.

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