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Kalamunda Garden Festival

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by Sarah Cork (subscribe)
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Your future garden will thank you
Does your garden need to be rejuvenated or refreshed? If so, there are plenty of places that you could go to find something new and exciting. But another option is the Kalamunda Garden Festival. A place where there are plants, and garden lovers who will be happy to help you find the perfect plant to set off your garden. This festival is held four times a year- summer, winter, spring and autumn, so every plant you pick out will be perfect for the season.

Every stall is gardening related. Everything you need to completely start or recreate your perfect garden will be on offer. Celebrate the best parts of nature and gardens and show your love for your plants and trees with other like-minded people. There are 160 different stall holders there on the day, plus there are also three different stages where there will be displays and presentations all day, with special guests.

For only $14, plus booking fees if you book online, you will be able to spend all day perusing the wares. There are specialty plants that are grown in coir pots, edible plants and more. There are also plants that are specifically grown to encourage insects, and especially bees, to your garden. You can even buy yourself an insect house- from butterfly homes, bee houses, or just insect houses so the new visitors to your garden will be encouraged to stay.

If you are a garden lover, then you're going to want to head to Stirk Park in Kalamunda, on Sunday, 4th of June between 10am and 3pm. Take your garden from weed central to a paradise in one day.
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Why? To grow a garden paradise
When: 10am-3pm
Where: Stirk Park
Cost: $14
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