Shrub Hub Series:
They Sleep, They Dream, They Romance


As much as we might be reluctant to admit it here at Tait, the days are now officially getting cooler and dimmer with Autumn around the corner. With the transition of each season we celebrate plant life in its many stages, each season equally as important as the next. As we now look to embrace a vibrant display of red, orange, yellow and purple hues throughout our homes and streetscapes, our friends at Phillip Withers Landscape Design will be hosting their first Shrub Hub Series: “They sleep, they dream, they romance” – an event designed to celebrate and educate us on the transition of our gardens into the Autumn months.

Nestled in the urban back streets of Collingwood, Shrub Hub is a plant lovers haven and home to the team at PWLD. A place to learn and be inspired by plant life, Shrub Hub is a culmination of everything green and lush with a focus on engaging the broader community.


The first autumn event will include some of Australia’s most wonderful creators surrounding all things Autumn:

*Shrub Hub Talks with leading Australian growers, designers, and horticulturalists, including Andrew Laidlaw, John Hall (Cactus Country), Phillip Withers, and Andrew Smith (Warners)

*Garden books from Thames & Hudson and Hardie Grant Publishing

*Plants from some of the most notable growers in Australia

*Featured artist for autumn – Justin Lee Williams


Ther will be a gold coin donation to enter, with all proceeds going to Greening Australia.

Greening Australia is committed to tackling Australia’s biggest environmental challenges with the best science and the best people, to return life to landscapes and balance to the natural environment in ways that work for communities, economies and nature.


Location: Shrub Hub (Phillip Withers Landscape Design) 284 Wellington St Collingwood VIC

Dates: 1st of March – 3rd of March

Friday 5pm – 9pm

Saturday 9am – 5pm

Sunday 9am – 5pm


Enquries: [email protected]

Instagram: @shrubhub_pwld


 “I believe in the importance of celebrating nature with the community, for some its actively learning about plants and for others its teaching and getting people back into the garden to learn and to grow. "


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