There is set to be plenty of inspiration for green thumbs at Botanical Bazaar, when it blooms at Country Paradise Parklands on Sunday 4 August.
The garden and sustainability festival will feature thousands of plants, a huge variety of exhibitors, and informative talks with gardening experts such as Costa Georgiadis.
The kids will also be kept thoroughly entertained throughout the day with nature craft activities, baby farm animals and flower crown making.
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Event manager Stacey Panozzo told myGC said this year’s event will have a focus on sustainable living.
“There has a definitely been a shift toward growing your own organic produce,” she said.
“We really want people to learn it is not that hard to start growing your own food. It doesn’t matter what size space you have – whether it is a balcony, or a garden – there is an option for everyone.
“It is the same with composting, some people are too scared to do it, so we will have options on the day to suit small spaces, right up to large gardens.”
For more information about Botanical Bazaar, visit: botanicalbazaar.com.au/