The Australian Plants Society (Victoria) is dedicated to promoting, growing and the conservation of Australian native plants, in gardens, community areas and their original environments.
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In line with ongoing advice on COVID-19, restrictions may apply to APS-related events.

We will try keep event status up to date, but please contact the event organiser if in any doubt.

Many nurseries are still open, although with some restrictions, and they welcome your business. Please phone the nursery to check current restrictions before going there.

A history of the wonderful friends of Cranbourne- what a terrific job they’ve done!‘Of Friends and Gardens: A History of the Cranbourne Friends’ commemorates the 30th Anniversary of a determined group of nature lovers who helped transform a spent sand mine into the award-winning Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne.This beautifully illustrated coffee table book features fascinating stories about the site’s history, those who fought to preserve it, and the battles they encountered along the way, including preventing a freeway being built through the Gardens. Available now at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria shops and other stockists. See MoreSee Less
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Registrations are open for our two day FJC Rogers Seminar on "Fabulous Peas". 15th and 16th October 2022York on Lilydale, Mount Evelyn, VictoriaDid you know there are over 1200 species of pea flowers in Australia. Expert speakers, rare plant sales, garden visits and fine company! The FCJ Rogers biannual seminar is run by the Australian Plants Society Victoria – early bird discount registrations run until 30 June – don’t miss out! The Registration form is at this link – apsvic.org.au/fjc-rogers-seminar-2022As a taster who can identify these peas? See MoreSee Less
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