Want to plant a native garden? Australian native plant sales now on!
North Shore Group, 22 and 23 August, at Caley's Pavilion, Ku ring gai WIldflower Garden, 420 Mona Vale Road, St Ives.
Please come to our plant sale. We have lots of plants that need new homes. Usually these are snapped up at the annual Wildflower, Art and Garden Festival. Unfortunately, this year’s event is not happening due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Attendance will be by pre-booking only, with one booking for each 15 minutes between 10 am and 3.30 pm on each day. Click here to book your spot.
August is an excellent time for flowering and a good time for planting out new plants in your garden. We’d really appreciate your help to destock our shadehouse and make some room for our new plants. The sale will be postponed/cancelled if it is raining.
The safety and health of our members and the community are paramount. As Covid-19 continues to circulate in the community, all members and groups must abide by NSW Health guidelines and restrictions as relates to events, activities and walks. This includes recommendations regarding numbers of participants and social distancing, as well as any new restrictions introduced.
Come with us on a journey to explore the flora of thousands of years ago to the world of the future!
Combining guest speakers, seminars, workshops and field trips, this promises to be an exciting 5.5 days, from Sunday 12 Sept to Friday 17 September 2021, right when the plants are blooming (rain permitting)!
Along with the conference itself, we will be hosting tours pre- and post-conference, to a range of beautiful and iconic places around NSW such as the south coast, Blue Mountains, Lord Howe Island, Warrumbungles and Sydney.
For more and to register an expression of interest, see here.
Upcoming events - confirm with each Group
Check each event for more details, due COVID-19. For all events, click here.
Plants in bloom
Lobelia dentata, Porters Creek Dam
Sowerbaea juncea, Porters Creek Dam
Leptospermum squarrosum, Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden