Where is the best place in Sydney to find rare and exotic plants?
Well.... Besides Tradewinds Plants Online store you may want to make the journey to the Collectors Plant Fair.
Calling all exotic and indoor Plant Hunters and Collectors,
You need to come to this year’s plant fair at the Hawkesbury Race Club, Clarendon, NSW.
Where is the collectors plant fair?
Hawkesbury Race Club, Clarendon, NSW.
When is the collectors plant fair on?
March 28 & 29, 2020
What time is the collectors plant fair on?
How much is the collectors plant fair?
Check it out on the map to the collectors plant fair.
This years plant fair in Sydney claims to be the widest range of plants available in Australia.
Arrive at the plant fair by train.
Clarendon Station will take you straight to the Hawkesbury Race Club – This is a very short walk to the Fair. Clarendon Station is on the Richmond - City rail line.
Information about the Collectors Plant Fair:
There is plenty of car parking - Free off street parking for cars and coaches available.
Disabled Parking Available (marked) near entrance.
Have your plants minded for you while you continue to shop.
Dogs on leads are permitted to enter the collectors plant fair.
Clean public toilets with disabled facilities are available.
EFTPOS facitilies are available at the entrance of the park for your convenience.
Some of the plants available
Aroids. Orchids. Bonsai. Books. Succulents. Palms. Bromeliads. Houseplants. Bulbs. Perennials. Indoor Plants. Shrubs. Natives. Seeds. Garden Tools. Ferns. Pots. Planters. Coffee. Food. Vegetables. Fruit trees. Garlic. Carnivorous. Tropical. Subtropicals. Cold climate. Sculpture.
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