Evie Wilson, 4 enjoying her day at the Wondai Spring Garden Expo.
Evie Wilson, 4 enjoying her day at the Wondai Spring Garden Expo. Matt Collins

GALLERY: Wondai's blooming good Spring Garden Expo

GREEN thumbs of all ages made their way to Wondai this weekend for the Wondai Spring Garden Expo.

Close to 100 stall holders proudly showed off their wares to the thousands of garden expo attendees.

Garden Expo President, Helen Young said she was very happy with this year's event.

"The stalls all look amazing, there is a lot of variety” she said.

"There were people lining up at the gate this morning.”

Ms Young said she was all ready think about next year's event and how it can be done better.

"A lot of what we are doing today we need to make notes about and alter for the next time,” she said.

The hard working president praised her committee members and the sponsors.

She said with so many stalls, it was hard to pick a favourite.

"There is some brilliant woodcraft stalls, succulents and spring season plants in bloom,” Ms Young said.

"It is just a good mix with the plants that are suited to spring.”

Plant lovers had their hands full with boxes and bags over-flowing with plants and flowers of all descriptions.

"They come in with bags and trolleys and pull-along carts,” Ms Young said.

"Then they go out to stack up the car and come back to get some more.”

"A lot of people save up their money and come and shop here.”

View our entire photo gallery of the 2019 Wondai Spring Garden Expo here:

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