Is there really a language of Australian flowers, much like the Victorian language of flowers? Local botanical historian Cheralyn Darcey takes us on an exploration of the cultural developments of these intriguing ethnobotanical meanings and what it may mean to modern gardens today and into the future.
Cheralyn is a gardener and botanical historian who presents the award-winning weekly gardening radio show At home with the gardening gang on Coast FM963, writes the weekly gardening page in three newspapers for Coast newspapers and is the Community Gardening Educator of SWAMP (Sustainable Wetlands Agricultural Makers Project) at Tuggerah, NSW.
She has also written and illustrated twenty internationally published gardening and botanical history titles including many best sellers.
Enquiries: please email Barbara at firstname.lastname@example.org
Actinotus helianthi bud at Crackneck, Sep 2016.
Photo Barbara Melville.
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