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Hunter Valley District Group

Persoonia pauciflora

Known to grow only in the area around North Rothbury, in the Hunter Valley. This lovely shrub has an soft, open habit, scattered with golden stars when in full bloom.

Photo by Nathan Emery

The Hunter Valley District Group welcomes you.

Our members are dedicated to promoting, growing and propagating native Australian flora.

They come from a very wide geographic area with many different ecosystems represented!

Our regular meetings are held in conjunction with garden visits or other field trips and are held on the third Sunday of the month - generally 10 to about 2pm. 

Most meetings feature:

  • Show-and-tell table, where members are encouraged to share specimens from their gardens or bring in unknown varieties for identification. 
  • Raffle- May include: plants, books, gardening tools, etc.
  • Tea and snacks.
  • Sale of seeds and plants propagated by members
  • Speakers and demos (from time to time)

During the winter, weekend meetings are held at the private gardens of our local members, who often offer a tour of their native plantings.  Held during the day, these events feature morning tea and an opportunity to share ideas and inspiration.

Check our activities page for events. If you would like to attend, please contact Michael Belcher, our secretary, for more more information - see link below.

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