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April 18, 2021

Kyogle holds its annual flower and foliage show

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One of the many garden art displays from the last show. Photo supplied.

The Kyogle Garden Club will be holding its Annual Flower & Foliage Display in the middle of April.

The event to be held in St Brigid’s School Hall and will have stalls with plants and other garden products on display and for sale.

Members have crated beautiful displays of seasonal flowers. Photo supplied.

The categories for the display will include Garden Art; Garden Furniture; Garden Products; Tools and most importantly Plants.

Phil Dudman from ABC Gardening will make a guest appearance on Saturday from 10.30am.

There will be items for sale at the show. Photo supplied.

The inaugural display held in 2019 was a great success with over 400 people coming through the doors. Residents and visitors are invited to come and enjoy the wonderful display of local plants including seasonal flowers and foliage as well as locally produced garden art and furniture.

The Kyogle Garden Club members will have flowers and plants on display and plants for sale. Members will be available to talk to and give you details of the Club Meetings if you would like to join.

The Flower & Foliage Display will be held in the St Brigid’s School Hall, Wyangarie St Kyogle on Friday April 16 and Saturday 17, from 8am to 4pm both days.

Entrance fee is $2 and there will also be raffles.

For further details contact Peter on 6632 1834 or Doug on 0418 616 388.


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