Thank you to our Sponsors
Collectors' Plant Fair would not be possible without generous support:
Commencing the manufacture of its organic fertilisers in 1988 from a small factory at Kanmantoo in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia, Neutrog has since grown to become the largest manufacturer of its kind in Australia. Neutrog supplies its fertilisers to some of the most magnificent gardens and grounds around the world. We love Sudden Impact for roses (endorsed by every Rose Society in Australia), Sudden Impact for Lawns, Kahoona for acid loving plants and the new plant food for Australian plants Bush Tucker.
Started by Graham and Sandra Ross in 1983, the Garden Clinic aims to encourage and inspire gardeners to grow the garden of their dreams. The Garden Clinic is help when you need it - through radio, the Helpline, Facebook, classes and workshops.
We are thrilled to continue the wonderful synergy with the members of the Australian Institute of horticulture, bringing people and plants together. The AIH aims to:
- To improve our physical environment through appropriate use of plants.
- To maintain a code of ethics for professional horticulturists.
- To uphold and promote the quality of horticultural services provided by members.
- To promote and represent qualified horticulturists to government, industry and the public.
- To assist the development of standards and establish benchmarks for horticultural practices.
- To advance horticultural research and development.
- To assist and promote horticultural education and training.
- To conserve Australian flora and habitats to enhance bio-diversity.
Circles of Learning is a charity established in 1999 and promotes "Nurturing Children through Nature".
Focused on children’s health and wellbeing, Circles of Learning gets children into Gardens in Schools, Preschools and Community Gardens. Programs bring practical solutions for early childhood development and give a balanced approach providing a strong foundation for children to grow.