The Australian Native Plants Society (Australia) - ANPSA - caters for people interested in Australia's native flora whether that interest is simple appreciation of the beauty and diversity of the flora or whether it extends to propagation, cultivation and conservation.
The Society's activities are wide ranging and include special interest Study Groups and support of research through the Australian Flora Foundation. The Society is also involved in the publication of a range of practical and educational books on Australian plants and its members have been responsible for the establishment, development and maintenance of many public gardens and reserves throughout Australia. Other promotional activities undertaken by Member Societies include annual exhibitions of Australian plants where the general public can view examples of the flora from all parts of the continent.
Although the great majority are Australian residents, the Society's members can be found in many other countries including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Belgium and the United States. If you are interested in the Australian flora in any capacity, why not consider joining?
The aims of the Society can be summed up as growing, conserving and appreciating the Australian flora. This includes the following activities: