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Coming Events

The Society's Regions and District Groups all hold a range of activities throughout the year. Activities include plant sales, wildflower exhibitions, tree and shrub plantings, bush regeneration days, garden visits, bushwalks and regular meetings.

The activities listed here are by no means a complete programme of all activities. They have been selected as being of particular interest to those who are not (yet?) Society members. They also include activities by other organisations.

Details of other Society activities can be obtained from these web sites of the Society's Regional Groups:


Events - 2018

DateEvent
October 2018 Adelaide, South Australia

Spring Expo
Saturday 6 (10am to 5pm) and Sunday 7 (10am to 4pm)

Native Flower Display and Plant Sale

Venue: Adelaide Showgrounds, Wayville - follow the signs from the Rose Terrace entrance.

Entry: $3.

This event will be one of our most exciting yet, with:

  • Neville Bonney launching his new book about Growing Acacia seed as a food source.
  • Andrew Feilke doing a number of cooking demonstrations.
  • We will also be featuring Australian Daisies.

Other speakers include:

Saturday 6th October 2018

  • 11:00am Attracting Butterflies to your garden
  • 12:00 noon Arid Lands Botanic Garden
  • 1:00pm Paper Daisies : Do's and Don'ts for Success In Your garden

Sunday 7th October 2018

  • 11:00am Paper Daisies : Do's and Don'ts for Success In Your garden
  • 12:00 noon Pangarinda Botanic Garden
  • 1:00pm Plants for Those Tuff Spots

Other features:

  • Save water with Australian Native Plants
  • Largest range - all grown in South Australia
  • Books - Free soil pH testing - Advice
  • Demonstrations - Children's activities

Check the Australian Plants Society (SA)'s website closer to the day for updates and a list of plants expected to have available.



Horsham, Victoria

12th FJC Rogers Seminar: The Plant Family Goodeniaceae
Saturday 20 and Sunday 21

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The Seminar is being run by both the Grampians APS Group and the Wimmera Growers of Australian Plants. This will prove to be one of the very best seminars yet. Not only will there be experts to explain all about the science of the family, there will also be renowned horticulturalists, who will advise on how to grow these beauties in our gardens.

An exciting feature of the Seminar will be the sale of a large range of seldom available Goodeniaceae tubestock being grown by members of the Grampians and Wimmera APS groups. It will be worth registering simply to be able to buy some of these wonderful plants.

Another really exciting feature of the Seminar will be the provision of a series of botanical photo guides on inland Goodeniaceae, Western Australian Goodeniaceae and South-east Australian Goodeniaceae. These will be provided to all registrants on their very own USB stick, or for a little more, as a printed copy for those who prefer this option.

The Saturday will involve a wonderful day of lectures and discussions, followed by a great evening dinner and talk on Goodeniaceae at the lovely Lutheran School hall in Horsham. On Sunday, visits have been arranged to some of the best native gardens in the state, where many of the superb members of the Goodeniaceae family are being grown to perfection.

Full details of the Seminar, including registration details and Seminar newsletters (for latest news) are available through the 12th FJC Rogers Seminar Website.

Dates for Registration
Early Bird Discount: 1 April to 30 June 2018
Registrations close: 1 October 2018



Echuca, Victoria

Native Flower Showcase
Saturday 27 (9am to 4pm).

ANPSA's Echuca-Moama Group of the Australian Plants Society will hold their annual wildflower show at Echuca Masonic Lodge, 426 High Street, Echuca.

  • Huge flower display
  • Book stall
  • Plant sales by Rochester Native Nursery, Goldfields Revegetation Nursery, Ironstone Park Plant Sales
  • Advice with plants
  • Displays and Demonstrations: Friends of Terrick Terrick National Park, Birdlife Australia, Strathallan Glider Sanctuary

Entry $2.


Events - 2019

DateEvent
September/October 2019 Albany, Western Australia

ANPSA Biennial Conference
Sunday 29 September to Friday 4 October 19

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Every two years ANPSA hosts a Conference and Seminar program featuring lectures, workshops and field trips highlighting the diversity of Australia's native flora. Each Conference is organised by one of ANPSA's seven regional branches, on a rotating basis.

The next Conference will be held in Albany, Western Australia from 29 September to 4 October 2019, hosted by members of the Wildflower Society of Western Australia.

Preliminary details are available and further information will be published as planning proceeds. In the meantime, details of previous conferences and tours can be viewed at the 2015 and 2018 Conference website to allow those who are considering attending in 2019 to see the range and scope of activities that can be expected:



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