Australian Plants Society NSW Gathering on 26th May 2018
In the morning there is a choice of two activities.
Members and visitors should bring their own lunch or buy it on the way to the gathering. Tea and coffee will be available. Reduce waste by bringing your own mug or Keep Cup. There is outdoor space and seats to eat lunch at the afternoon meeting place, Gumnut Hall, at the very end of Gumnut Lane, Cherrybrook. Park your car in Gumnut Road, as Gumnut Lane is small, with insufficient space for parking. There will be a large variety of native plants for sale.
At 1.30pm there will be the APS NSW AGM, which will be quite short. Following this there will be a talk by Peter Olde, a highly respected grevillea expert and an entertaining speaker. His talk is entitled “When is a Grevillea a Hakea”. With increasing botanical research, and especially genetic studies, the traditional classifications and relationships between plant genera are becoming blurred. For example, Grevillea and Hakea are much more closely related than we thought. Peter will tell us the latest on this evolving knowledge. The afternoon will close with afternoon tea.
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