Went to the Mount Cootha Auditorium to look at some rare plants and happened upon Susan's mate Jerry.
We had a nice morning with Dianne and Graham, and Dianne purchased a lovely butterfly Clerodendrun.
Realising that I am not too good in crowds, I stepped through the front door said hello to Jerry and bought a Citrange and an Odontonema pink Firestrike.
Then I found a plant named Stachytarpheta cayannensis, which I bought for my native bees.
Then went on to buy 3 salvias, one was Cupi Doll, and the other two plants were nameless, no tags but $6 each. There was another bee plant named Aster Easter Daisy and a yellow form of aster.
Most non-edible purchases these days are for nectar and pollen for our stingless bees. It was a good place to buy unusual collectors plants with different colours and variegated leaves.
Did anyone else visit the Rare Plants fair?