• Logan River Plant Sale Team
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  • Choricarpia leptopetala1
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  • Comesperma ericinum at Basket Swamp NP1
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Enjoy our native plant treasures

Native Plants Queensland has enthusiastic members who cultivate, conserve and study our native plants.

How you can participate:

  • Attend a meeting — Native Plants Queensland branches conduct daytime or night time monthly meetings where you can obtain information, listen to guest speakers, use the library, go on garden visits or bush excursions together with other knowledgeable members.
  • Join a study group — if you’d like to find out more about a specific group of plants such as grevilleas, wallum heathland, small plants or ferns.
  • Buy plants at our plant markets —for very reasonable prices you can choose from a wide variety of native plants - many of which are not available from commercial nurseries - at our plant sales held throughout the year in the Brisbane area.
  • Visit our Native Flower Show — held in the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens Auditorium, this wonderful Spring display showcases the amazing diversity of Australian native flora.
  • Become a member — all members receive our quarterly Native Plants Queensland Journal which is packed with interesting information on our native plants. Members are also able to access the NPQ forums where they can ask questions and share advice.

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Upcoming Native Plants Queensland Events

  • Winter Regional Gathering

    Members and visitors are invited to the NPQ Winter Regional Gathering on Sunday, 17 June 2018. We will be hosted by Pine River Branch at Kumbartcho Environmental Centre and Nursery, on the banks of the South Pine River.

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  • Yabba in Warwick 2018

    The biennial ‘Yabba’ is an NPQ initiative to provide the opportunity for all Queensland members to meet and explore specific regional areas of the state. This year our members in Warwick are the hosting the Yabba—renew friendships and explore the flora of the southern Darling Downs on the weekend of September 21-23.  

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