The Sunday Mail (Queensland)

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PlanPl an excursion to

today (9.30am4.30pm) at the Richard Randall Art Studio, Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha. Small original artworks, handmade cards and craft items for sale with a raffle of three original paintings by Marcelle Stirling. Proceeds to the QCWA Rural Crisis Fund. Entry gold coin. BOTANICAL BAZAAR Enter the intriguing world of botanics today (9.30am5.30pm) at the Botanical Bazaar, Currumbin RSL, 165 Duringan St, Currumbin, Queensland. Go on an educationa­l journey of gardening, landscape and house decor; see outdoor and indoor plants in a different light. For more informatio­n, go to botanicalb­azaar.com.au GOING ORGANIC The Brisbane Organic Growers Fair is on today (9am-3pm) at the Peace Hall, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor (near Albion Railway Station). Free gardening advice, talks and animal nursery. Sales of herbs, books, chooks, seedlings, jams, tools, fruit trees, food and drinks. See: bogi.org.au PLANT FAIR Friends of the Noosa Botanic Gardens will hold an inaugural plant fair on Father’s Day, September 6 (9am-3pm), in the grounds of Noosa Botanic Gardens, 312 Lake Macdonald Rd, Lake Macdonald. The event will raise funds via raffles and the sale of collectabl­e plants. Entry is free. See: noosabotan­icgardens friends.org.au BUNDY FLAVOURS Bundy Flavours is a week-long event (September 5-13) to raise awareness of locally grown produce and celebrate gardening. This year’s Bundy Flavours Festival Day will be held at Alexandra Park (West), Quay St, Bundaberg, September 13 (9am-3pm). See: bundabergr­egionevent­s .com.au

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A CUT ABOVE: The pink shaving brush tree is one of several species that can easily be propagated from mature plants.
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