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What an amazing event we had in 2017! It was a perfect Spring Sunday to celebrate all things nature.
Thank you to the thousands of people who attended the Botanical Bazaar, plus our inspiring speakers, our quirky creatives and unique wonderful exhibitors.
As written by Nicholas McElroy, Gold Coast Bulletin on September 4, 2017 “GARDENING enthusiasts turned out in spades for the Gold Coast’s biggest gardening exhibition yesterday.
More than 5000 people took..... [Read more]
Botanical Bazaar Blooms this Spring!
The Gold Coast’s biggest Gardening Expo, the Botanical Bazaar is back by popular demand and will again be supported by Tropical Fruit World.
On Sunday, 3 September, the Botanical Bazaar will be blooming in its new 13-hectare home at the Country Paradise Parklands in Nerang. With celebrity gardens, more than 80 green inspired exhibitors, interactive workshops and kid’s activities, the Bazaar is expected to be a drawcard for th..... [Read more]
On Saturday 12th August at The Kitchens, Robina Town Shopping Centre, the Botanical Bazaar, supported by Tropical Fruit World will present a sneaky appetiser of what to expect at the Gold Coast Gardening Expo.
The appetiser will include free educational delights and botanical beauty, giving you a taste of what to expect at the Botanical Bazaar Gold Coast Gardening Expo (officially held Sunday 3rd September at Country Paradise Parklands, Nerang).
Here is what to exp..... [Read more]
Gold Coast Kids Go Green!
WIN A SHARE OF $2,200 IN CASH AND PRIZES PLUS A VISIT FROM COSTA, HOST OF ABC GARDENING AUSTRALIA FOR YOUR GOLD COAST PRIMARY SCHOOL!
We are excited to anounce that along with Natura Education and Composta Australia we have launched a competition to encourage Gold Coast Primary School students to think a little greener.
We are now on the search for nature loving teachers and parents to be the driving force behind the competition and share ..... [Read more]
5th June, 2017 is World Environment Day.
World Environment day is recognized as a reminder that today is the day you can make a small change, which will make a big difference!
But what exactly do we classify as the environment and what can you do to help it?
The environment is everything in the world the surrounds us and affects life on earth. This includes water cycles, plants, animals, air, food chains and other humans. Research is continuously bei..... [Read more]
4 Ways To Fake A Great Garden
Sometimes you don’t have room for a large garden, or you just can’t afford the upkeep. Gardens can be tough to maintain, so when you find a hack that will make your gardening life a bit easier, why not consider them! Here are a few ways you can “fake” a great garden, without too much hassle or cash!
Fake It ‘Til You Make It
If your backyard is too small or it’s paved, chances are you don’t have much grass around. Grass is ..... [Read more]
Have you heard of the Flow Hive? You may have seen one the team members of the Botanical Bazaar post a pic or two on Facebook Botanical Bazaar showing us extracting honey from our own Flow Hive. Check it out >
The Flow system is a whole new way of extracting honey from Langstroth-style European honeybee hives.
The brood box stays the same and when it comes to taking care of bees, but you still need to know how to look after your bees. We recommend attending a Bee..... [Read more]
You don’t need an outdoor yard or balcony to grow lots of plants. Small house plants can be planted together to make a glass jar garden. This can make for an eye-catching display that needs very little watering or care.
To make one of these cuties you need;
Small Clay Pallets
Large Clear Jar
Small Charcoal pieces (or small pebbles/river rocks)
Long handled Spoon
Small plants that love humidity
Add expandable clay pallets for drainage to t..... [Read more]
3 Steps to planning a New Garden
When it comes time to start planning your vegetable garden for a new season, or if you are starting a new garden, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure that you have the best yield. Once you have a garden area planned and know where you want to grow your garden, take some time to notice a few things.
How much light will this new garden receive?
What other vegetation or trees are growing near by the new garden?
And wh..... [Read more]