WA's only premier outdoor living and gardening lifestyle experience.

Now taking place in Langley Park, with more for on offer for visitors than ever before, see cooking demonstrations from expert and celebrity chefs in the Kleenheat Kitchen, hear seminars from WA's top gardening and horticulture experts at the Richgro Main Stage.

Visit WA's largest plant market and outfit the backyard of your dreams with over 100 Nurseries and exhibitors, or kick back and relax in the new and improved Botanical Garden Bar presented by West Winds Gin. Enjoy a luxurious High Tea or take a unique Gin Masterclass.


Latest News

January 28, 2021

Growing fruit and vegetables at home

Few activities in the garden are as satisfying as growing food in your own back yard. Creating and maintaining a vegetable patch is an activity that feeds the body as well as the soul as you can follow your own philosophy about the use of fertilisers and pesticides.
January 18, 2021

Create your own living garden sanctuary.

How would you like to enjoy a cup of tea or a glass of wine in the garden while watching the birds splash about in a bird bath or watch a sneaky lizard snatch a moth from the air.
November 9, 2020

Eat your Garden: Tips on designing your edible landscape

Often when we set out to create gardens around our homes we think first of the showy ornamental plants. Naturally we want our landscapes to look good and to value to our homes.
October 7, 2020

Garden ART: Old Chair to Charming Succulent Planter!

Have an old chair sitting around the house gathering dust? Well, why not UPCYCLE it into a charming succulent planter and create a unique feature for your garden that will be a talking point for all of your visitors.
November 1, 2019

How to make a Succulent Book

Succulents are quite magical in my book. They have an ability to thrive in the most unlikeliest of circumstances. Succulent cuttings can last up to a couple of weeks without water – A largely underrated ability, given that cut flowers last a day or two at most without water.
November 1, 2019

Calling all Brown Thumbs!

Do you wish you could have healthy plants? Do you feel sad or guilty that many of your green babies haven’t survived for long after you’ve brought them home?

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