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Support indigenous plant fair for worthy cause

All profits raised at the Drummond Indigenous Plant Fair will go towards the Drummond Conservancy to help in the fight against alien plants.

THE Drummond Indigenous Plant Fair has become an annual must-visit on the gardening calendar for great plant varieties and excellent pricing.

One of the organisers, Cherie Barrett, said they source plants from wholesalers to provide great products, and all profits go towards the Drummond Conservancy to help in the fight against alien plants.

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“For this plant fair, we are focusing on what grows in the shade as it is often a difficult area to make attractive. Also as winter is around the corner, come and feast on the succulents that are coming into their glory,” she said.

The fair will be held on Saturday, May 25, from 09:00 to 14:00 at 3 Duiker Drive.

The public is invited to go and unwind in the tea garden while soaking up the country hospitality.

“Breakfast and lunch will be available, and a fresh produce table will be bursting with local goodies. Entrance is free. Tea and coffee is free with every plant purchase. Zapper and Yoco are available.”

Contact Cherie Barrett on 082 354 9484.

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