Every Saturday morning, St Luke's Anglican Church holds a plant sale. Several trolleys containing a wide variety of healthy shrubs are on sale with prices ranging from $5 to $25. The plant sale is open from 8am to 12pm, corner of 152 Herries and Ruthven Streets, Toowoomba City, adjacent to Herries Street on the lawn.
Several trolley-loads of a wide variety of plants, dot St Luke's front lawn.
On offer is a great variety of succulents, lemon grass, indoor plants, annuals, begonias, coleus, flowering shrubs and more. Eftpos is available. Money from the plant sales goes into the church's coffers, which includes giving to missions.
Enter St Luke's Anglican Church to view beautiful carvings and stonework.
St Luke's church is open for viewing and it's well worth having a look at this historic building even if just to admire the stunning stained glass windows, which will soon be viewable online as a virtual tour. The traditional carvings on the altar are also beautiful. St Luke's is heritage-listed and over one hundred years old, built in 1897 and completed in 1959.
This staghorn was begging to be snapped up at $25.
Heritage-listed St Luke's Anglican Church has a large number of beautiful stained-glass windows.
Donations to the church can be made by eftpos at the entrance. There is usually lots of parking in Herries Street, right outside. For enquiries, St Luke's Anglican Church office can be contacted from 9am to 1pm on 07 4639 1910.
Come along to the plant sales and pick up a bargain. And bring your green thumbed-friends for a leisurely browse.