Monday, 17 December 2012

Foster Promontory Market - Last for 2012



Bridge on the Bass Hwy Kilcunda

Drive along the beach to come and visit us at the Foster Promontory Market.  This is held at the Foster showgrounds which is located in Station Road, Foster. This market is only minutes from the beach and has over 250 stalls of arts, crafts, food, train rides for the kids and of course Bamboo Plants. As with a lot of local markets, this market puts its profits back into the local community (rotary club, lions club etc). 

If you order before this market we will deliver free of charge to the market.  Just look around the stalls then come and collect your special bamboo plant.  Other people are taking advantage of this offer so please ring quickly to secure your spot in our van.
Lucky bamboo from bamboo nursery melbourne
Lucky Bamboo

When you come and visit at the Foster Promontory market, just mention that you have seen this blog post.  We will then give you a special gift with any other purchase.

We have different varieties of bamboo on special. Always ask about our current specials when you talk about your bamboo requirements.  We have a 20% discount on garden statues. We also have a special on Lucky bamboo.  Ask also about the specials on our luxury range of bamboo fibre socks and towels. These are high quality products.

Bamboo Fibre Towels
Our bamboo nursery is open 7 days a week but we are having a few days off over the christmas period.  We are closed on Christmas day (25th), Boxing day (26th) and New Years Day (1st). Apart from these days, come and visit our nursery and see all the different types of bamboo that is available, you will be amazed.  If you cannot come to our nursery then please phone and we can arrange to have your plants delivered to your door.

Please use this blog to leave any comments about things you would like to know about Bamboo as we are more than happy to investigate more about the wonderful bamboo plant.


From Bamboo Creations Victoria - Have a Very Merry Christmas.
See you at Foster on the 30th.


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