Warwick Horticultural Society president Graham Gillam is ready to head off to the ABC Gardening Australia Tour at Southbank Brisbane.
Warwick Horticultural Society president Graham Gillam is ready to head off to the ABC Gardening Australia Tour at Southbank Brisbane.

Keen gardeners lining up for show

THERE will be roses, dahlias, daffodils and gardening tips for novices to experts; it will be a trip not to be missed for gardening enthusiasts.

The Warwick Horticultural Society has organised a bus to the ABC Gardening Australia Tour for another great year to provide gardeners with new important facts on how to improve residents’ green thumbs.

“The way the weather has been so good for everyone it would be great to get some new ideas and get residents ready for the next gardening competition in October,” president Graham Gillam said.

The event has everything a gardener could dream of with advice from experts in every gardening medium, gardening clubs, furnishings and all the things you can use in gardens.

“There are experts there for people to hear about a particular subject, where they have the opportunity to ask questions and improve their gardening,” Mr Gillam said.

“You can see hibiscus there as big as dinner plates. It’s a great place to get inspiration.”

The event is held at Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Southbank with the bus leaving Warwick at 8am and returning at 5pm on Friday April 16.

Contact Margot Cory on 4661 1414 to get a ticket for $50 per person which includes coach fare and entry.



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