2017 Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show

Posted On: Thursday, April 13th, 2017
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This year at the 2017 Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show we made the stand all about our new product: Slasher Organic Weedkiller!  Given the level of interest and number times Slasher was mentioned during stage presentations we think it was the hot ticket item of the show!

Of course there were other cool things at the show and we managed to take a few snaps during the event.  Click on them to make them larger. Enjoy 🙂

Slasher on display at our stand

Slasher on display at our stand

Nature and Nurture garden by Christian Jenkins

Nature and Nurture garden by Christian Jenkins

The Husqvana Garden by Charlie Albone won a Bronze Medal

The Husqvana Garden by Charlie Albone won a Bronze Medal

Hobbit's Retreat by Scott McKenzie

The incredibly cute Hobbit’s Retreat by Scott McKenzie in the Achievable Gardens section

Another great Achievable Garden design featuring a recycled iron bathtub

Another great Achievable Garden design featuring a recycled iron bathtub

Urban Tranquility by Charles Renton Leadbetter

Urban Tranquility by Charles Renton Leadbetter also in the Achievable Gardens section

Steve Falcioni catching up Graham Ross and Annette Marsh from The Garden Clinic

Steve Falcioni catching up Graham Ross and Annette Marsh from The Garden Clinic

Cool new mini planter designs from miplant

New planter designs from miplant which can be displayed on walls or a work desk

Dahlias always look stunning at the show

Dahlias put on such a great autumn display and always look stunning at the show

Spaceship inspired cubby house

Spaceship inspired cubby house

Sci-fi fantasy cubby house

Sci-fi fantasy cubby house

Medieval cubby house

Medieval cubby house

The intense purple hyacinths were just incredible

The intense purple hyacinths were just incredible

It was hard to believe this double lilium was real

It was hard to believe this double lilium was real

Circle Work by Waddell Landscapes

Circle Work by Waddell Landscapes complete with rooftop planting

Pink Rain by Love Alice & Co

Pink Rain by Love Alice & Co made from carnations and paper cranes

Underwater gardens by Nature Aquariums & Watergardens

Underwater gardens by Nature Aquariums & Watergardens

Tiny autumn snowflakes (Leucojum autumnale) by Bryan Tonkin Bulbs

Tiny autumn snowflakes (Leucojum autumnale) by Bryan Tonkin Bulbs

Emergence display garden at night by Smaq Design Collaborations

Emergence display garden at night by Smaq Design Collaborations

Back to Babylon garden at night by PTA Landscape

Back to Babylon garden at night by PTA Landscape

The Husqvana Garden at night by Charlie Albone

The Husqvana Garden at night by Charlie Albone

Nature inspired fabrics by Alex & Elle

Nature inspired fabrics in Swedish designs by Alex & Elle

I See Wild display garden by Phillip Withers picked up a Gold Medal and Best in Show

I See Wild garden by Phillip Withers picked up a Gold Medal and Best in Show

A huge variety of barerooted bearded irises were available

A huge variety of barerooted bearded irises were available

Display garden by Instyle Gardens
Display garden by Instyle Gardens
Quirky outdoor furniture by Art Dinouveau
Quirky outdoor furniture by Art Dinouveau
Bulb display by Tesselaars

Bulb display by Tesselaars

People braved the chilly weather to view the show gardens at night

People braved the chilly weather to view the show gardens at night

The Exhibition Building all lit up for the night opening

The majestic Exhibition Building all lit up for the night opening

Stunning botanical artworks by Freya Powell

Stunning botanical artworks by Freya Powell

Brilliant sunflower diversity from the team at Copsley Ornamentals

Sunflower diversity from Copsley Ornamentals

Amazing potted succulents by Vertical Walls

Amazing potted succulents by Vertical Walls

Team OCP at the show: Karen, Steve, Jason and Chloe

Team OCP at the show: Karen, Steve, Jason and Chloe

 

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