Tree sale Saturday
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.