Tree sale Satur­day

Waipa Post - - The Country -

The Waikato branch of the New Zealand Tree Crops As­so­ci­a­tion is hold­ing its an­nual tree and plant sale this Satur­day from 9am to 1pm at Hamil­ton Gar­dens.

Ev­ery­one wel­come — gar­den­ers, life­style and small block hold­ers, farm­ers and nurs­eries. You can buy and sell, look, talk trees and ask ques­tions.

For buy­ers the branch will have a stall that in­cludes a range of cit­rus trees and an as­sort­ment of fruit­ing plants suit­able for the home gar­den.

There will be a good range of pub­lic stalls sell­ing tree crops and plants, or­na­men­tals, farm trees and na­tives, peren­ni­als, cut­tings and pro­duce.

Sell­ers can set up from their car­boot, trailer, ute or pave­ment.

The branch says this is a great way to sell any trees, seedlings, herbs, gar­den plants, gar­den­ingre­lated equip­ment or any ex­cess pro­duce.

There are no pre-al­lo­cated sites so first in gets the best lo­ca­tions. Sell­ers should be set up by 8.30am and for pub­lic safety there will be no traf­fic within the sales area after this time.

There are no site charges but a 10 per cent com­mis­sion on all sales is payable by sell­ers on the day.

This money will be used for ac­tiv­i­ties as­so­ci­ated with the Waikato branch of the NZTCA.

En­try is Gate 2 from Cob­ham Drive to Camel­lia Carpark, where the stalls will be. Park­ing for buy­ers will be at the bot­tom of the hill or on the slope.

There are no eft­pos fa­cil­i­ties — cash only.

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