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New research suggests that many plants that have adapted well to a fiery landscape or indeed need fire to reproduce, such as some pines, eucalypts and proteas, first appeared around this time, some 90 million years ago.
Vendors from across the county will supply an array of plants ranging from succulents, veggies, annuals and perennials to Staghorn ferns, bromeliads and proteas.
And while there are plenty of coniferous greens and bright red berries to go around, these also include unexpected shades of pink and purple and queen proteas.
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