George Bell Pavilion, Castle Hill, Showgrounds
12 October sales from 11.30am.
The Bromeliad Society of Australia will hold their next meeting at George Bell Pavilion, Castle Hill Showground on Saturday, 12 October with plant sales commencing at 11.30 followed by the meeting at 12noon. Access is via Showground Road into Doran Drive, Castle Hill, with plenty of parking on site.
As there isn’t a guest speaker the committee will discuss the general basics of growing and maintaining a bromeliad garden. There will be an opportunity for members and guests to seek advice during the presentation.
BSA Meetings include plant sales, club news, raffles and competitions as well as providing an opportunity to meet with like-minded people in a friendly and inviting environment.
Federation Pavilion, Castle Hill Showground,
Castle Hill | Sat 26 October 9-4pm and Sun 27 October, 10-3pm
BROMELIADS one of the most drought tolerant plants, so if your looking for a plant that will provide brilliant colour, that thrives in all sort of light from total shade through to full sun, thats also very low maintenance.
The secret is knowing what variety of bromeliad to choose for your garden and where to plant it. You can easily create a tropical looking garden using colourful bromeliads in Sydney’s climate but it’s important to seek advice from local growers on your selection of bromeliads to maximise your success.
At the coming Spring Show there will be an opportunity to talk with local and interstate growers and there will be a huge variety of bromeliads to chose from such as – Aechmea, Alcantarea, Billbergia, Guzmania, Neoregelia, Nidularium, Tillandsia and Vriesea.