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Pick some of the many unusual plants for sale here
Plants, both indoor and outdoor, can be such an important part of making your house a home. With the delightful greenery and often brightly coloured flowers and leaves, plants can turn a very dull area into an attractive and stimulating place.

I have turned such a place into a jungle of pot plants and for this reason and because I collect succulents, I am always on the lookout for more and unusual plants and pots for this area.

my,iris
Pot plants can add colour to your rooms


For 2019, there will be a Summertime Madness indoor plant sale once again! Here you will be able to find many of the indoor plants that could turn your house into a bright and flourishing home.



There will be many of your favourite plants, including as many rare plants as the organiser are able to source for you. The range will also have a brand new range of lovely pots in many sizes, shapes and colours to suit your rooms.

And as an added bonus, if you dress up, you will receive a $5 discount off your purchases - dress in your best beach clothes to get this discount! Wear such things as bathers, inflatables, towels, sunglasses, hats - the choice is only limited to your imagination! You must wear at least two items to qualify for this discount.

You will need to buy tickets for this event and these will be going on sale on Monday 7th January and you can get these at their Facebook page. The sale will be on for two days and the time slots for these days include:

Saturday
8.00 am to 4.00 pm
8.00 am to 10.00 am - VIP Early Birds
10.00 am to 12 noon - Morning Birds
12 noon to 2.00 pm - Lunchtime shoppers
2.00 pm to 4.00 pm - Afternoon chillers

Sunday
10.00 am to 2.00 pm
10.00 am to 12 noon - VIP Morning Birds
12 noon to 2.00 pm - Lunchtime shoppers

Some of the rare plants will be held for the Sunday morning, so that those attending on this day do not miss out.



When it is nearer to the time of this Summertime Madness Sale, the organisers will advise you the name of the plants that they have been able to source for you. At previous events they have had more than 170 different varieties and species including:

Fiddle leaf
Monstera
Giant birds of paradise
Spath sensation
Rubber trees
Many different types of ferns
Hanging plants
Devils ivy
And many more



This will be a giant sale, so you will definitely not be disappointed in the range! To summarise, on the actual day of this giant sale, you will be able to see and buy:

Many thousands of indoor plants in one big warehouse
Some style inspiration on how to incorporate your plants into your home
Talk to the on-site horticulturist about your specific needs
Plenty of designer and other gorgeous pots
Enjoy the jungle tunes and vibes
Use EFTPOS and cash payment
Park on the street in the immediate area of the sale

Please note: To be fair to all, the premium rare plants will have a limit of one per customer. Organisers do this to help ensure that rare plants are shared among more people!

Please also note that there will be a limited number of boxes available, so it would be best if you are able to bring your own to be on the safe side.



There is a pickup area you can use after you have finished shopping, which saves you having to carry your plants to the car.
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Why? For a huge plant sale
When: 26th and 27th January 2019
Where: Unit 2E- 1-7 Unwins Bridge Rd, St Peters, NSW
Cost: FREE entry
Your Comment
Hi Finy, I checked the facebook site but there are no tickets for sale?
by ref_h (score: 0|6) 270 days ago
The plants mentioned as "rare" are as common as sliced bread. Some are dangerous, eg.the rubber tree, if planted outdoors. All of the plants mentioned are readily available at most suburban nurseries and Bunnings.
by maxal (score: 1|25) 267 days ago
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