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EXOTIC BEAUTY: See a wide range of bromeliads at this weekend's display and sale.

EXOTIC BEAUTY: See a wide range of bromeliads at this weekend's display and sale.

SPRING SHOW: Presented by the Bromeliad Society of Australia on Saturday and Sunday, September 24 and 25, 10am-5pm and 10am-3pm, at Federation Pavilion Castle Hill Showground, new entrance off Showground Road, into Doran Drive, Castle Hill. Free admission. More than 20 plant sale tables, bromeliad displays, competitions, literature, information and advice. There’s also a sausage sizzle and drinks for sale. Details: www.bromeliad.org.au or Ian Hook, 0408 202 269.

OPEN GARDENS: Take the chance to see some beautiful gardens on Saturday and Sunday, September 24 and 25, 10am-4pm each day. Cost is $5 per garden or all five gardens for $20. Gardens open to the public are: Elsie’s Garden, 16 Gordonia Grove, Baulkham Hills; Boulevard, 20 Wylds Road, Middle Dural; Burnt Rails, 28 Glen Street, Galston; Bermimpi, 14 Wintergreen Place, West Pennant Hills and Maria’s Place, 53 Francis Street, Castle Hill. The first two gardens are wheelchair-friendly. Devonshire tea will be available at Glenhope, 113 Castle Hill Road, West Pennant Hills. The Open Gardens event is run by The Rotary Club of The Hills-Kellyville as part of the Orange Blossom Festival. Details: 9634 2508 or www.hillsrotary.org.au.

SONGS OF PRAISE: At Pennant Hills Uniting Church, corner of Boundary Road and Bellamy Street on Sunday, September 25 from 2pm. Enjoy an afternoon of well-loved hymns, songs and choir items. Details: 9875 4416.

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