Plant Sale 21 March

Our next plant sale will be held on Saturday 21st March. Gates open at 8:30 AM and sale ends at 1:30 PM or until sold out. Location: Australian National Botanic Gardens, Southern Car Park.

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21 March

Plant Sale 21 March

This is the Autumn Plant Sale which is a good time to buy and plant plants in the garden. Sale opens at 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM or until all plants sold

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Daytime Activities Group

A range of activities including local native garden visits, workshops and art and cre...

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Wednesday Walks

Wednesday Walks are organised by a group of ANPS members who have a special interest ...

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Propagation Groups

ANPSC Members gather about once a month to propagate plants by cuttings and from seed...

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Monthly Meetings

ANPS Canberra Region meets at 7:30 pm on the second Thursday of each month except Jan...

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Field Trips

The ANPSC regularly conducts field trips to numerous sites and organisations around t...

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Biannual Plant Sales

NEXT PLANT SALE: Saturday 21 March at the ANBG parking lots. Gates open at 8:30 AM an...

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Plant Database

Over 2500 plants for the Canberra region

The ANPS Plant Database gives a description of over 2,500 plants suitable for this region. Most include horticultural requirements and photos.

Many are available at the society plant sales in spring and autumn.

Descriptions differ in two ways from those given elsewhere in Australia for the same plant. Where there is no mention of frost hardiness it means the plant will generally survive down to minus 7C. Also the plant sizes given are what can be expected in the Canberra region so may be only half that for more benign climates and soils.

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