Brian Roach of Westleigh Native Plants is having another open garden and plant sale at his home on Saturday and Sunday 12–13 October. Free entry.
It’s a bit later this spring because Brian wants to especially showcase an absolute ripper – Homoranthus prolixus (Golditops) which will be in full flower around that time. It was introduced from the wild around 15 years ago after being found growing around Inverell on the granite belt. It’s as tough as old boots, handles extreme dryness and cold (as expected, coming from up on the northern tablelands) and is stunning in flower. The only thing it demands is winter sun for good flowering.
Tumblers are $4.50 each (or 5 for $20) and 6”/140mm pots are generally $8 each. There will also be some grafted plants available which will cost a little more.
There’ll also be a limited supply of Brian's dwarf Christmas Bush Johanna’s Christmas in 6”/140mm pots at $15 each and a good supply of tumblers at $7 each.
Address and time
47 Eucalyptus Drive, Westleigh (northern Sydney)
9.30 am to 3.30 pm, 12–13 October 2019
0418 115 630