Monthly Archives: April 2015

Gardening club’s project flourish

Another great article in The Queensland Times featuring our club president Peter Arnett, treasurer Faye Wright and vice president David Murphy. http://www.qt.com.au/…/gardening-clubs-projects-fl…/2600641/

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Are you joining us for our first bus trip of the year?

On Saturday 23rd May, we are off to Montville and Maleny with a special tour of “The Shambles” private garden, showcasing a registered collection of heritage roses and perennial salvia, with thousands of plants in hundreds of genus from around … Continue reading

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Guest speakers for our May meeting

Come join us for our next club meeting, Saturday 2nd May at 1:30pm. Our featured speakers for May are regulars Ian and Judy Wintle who have established a one acre sub tropical garden in Birkdale that’s been featured on ABC’s … Continue reading

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Getting prepared for our Ipswich Home Gardeners Expo

Calling all our members! Now is a great time to start potting plants in time for our annual Home Gardeners Expo, 29th Augusts 2015. This is going to be another great event this year with our special guest speakers, Noel … Continue reading

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Pop Quiz! What is the floral emblem of Ipswich?

Eucalyptus Curtisii, Plunkett Mallee, is a small tree that is native to Queensland, Australia. It is a mallee eucalyptus that grows from 2 to 7 metres in height and has smooth, grey bark that peels in long strips. The adult … Continue reading

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