APS South East Melbourne Region

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Meets at 8pm on the first Tuesday of the month (except Cup Day and January).
Visitors are always very welcome.

Venue: Hughesdale Community Centre, Cnr Poath and Kangaroo Rds, Hughesdale. Google map link

Upcoming events for South East Melbourne

Membership fees: Single $10, Household $15 + Australian Plants Society Victoria membership fees.
2020-2021 Memberships

Leader: John Thompson   9598 6982
Secretary: Helen Appleby   0419 310 849

PO Box 8835, Armadale Vic 3143

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Edition Contents
Jun 20Cuttsia virburnea; Wool Wanted; Sustainability in the Garden; Monitoring native wildlife in Australian cities; Australian Pea Study Group re-formation; Grass trees
May 20Vale Shirley Carn & Thelma Spice; Gardening in a Time of Stress
Apr 20Apr meeting cancellation; Mar meeting report: Miriam Ford on “Mint Bushes and Allied Genera”; Prostanthera densa
Mar 20Feb meeting report: Bill Aitcheson on “Small Wattles for your Garden”; Acacia sertiformis
Feb 20Report on Dec meeting: ‘Clear the Decks’ sale & member presentations; Myoporum floribundum Slender Myoporum
Dec 19Christmas Break-up & “Clear-the-decks” Sale; Nov outing to Kuranga
Nov 19Review of John Arnott on “Care for the Rare”; Brachychiton ormeau Ormeau Bottle Tree; Spines & Cyanide – Hakea protection
Oct 19Preview of next meeting: John Arnott on “Care for the Rare”; review of Sep with Mike Beamish on The Pilbara; Correa reflexa; APS Vic COMM & AGM; Winners of the 2019 Australian Native Plant Awards
Sep 19Preview of next meeting: Mike Beamish on The Pilbara; review of Aug meeting: Neil Humphries on “Australian Native Essential Oils”; Eucalyptus formanii Forman’s Mallee, Die Hardy Mallee
Aug 19Preview of next meeting: Neil Humphreys on Australian native essential oils; review of AGM & July meeting; Ph – What is it and is it important to the home gardener?; Thysanotus tuberosus Common Fringe Lily; Leader’s, Secretary’s & Treasurer’s Annual Reports
Jul 19Notice of AGM; Soil-testing kit; June meeting: Chris Larkin and Janet Hodgkiss on Pruning Australian Natives; Hakea cristata Snail Hakea; Australian Indoor Plants
Jun 19May meeting: Christine Huf on plants & soil in forensics; Adenanthos ileticos Club-leaf Adenanthos
May 19preview of May talk by Christine Huf on Forensics in the Garden; review of Apr meeting: John Thompson on “Correas and their “Rellies”; Ptilotus manglesii Rose Tipped Mulla Mulla; APS Vic Neutrog arrangement
Apr 19review of Mar talk by Marj Seaton on Arnhem Land; Buckinghamia celsissima Ivory Curl Tree
Mar 19review of Feb talk “What Fungi do in Ecosystems” by Dr Sapphire McMullan-Fisher; growing cuttings of Goodeneaceae
from cuttings; Scaevola aemula Fairy Fan-flower
Feb 19Babingtonia camphorosmae Camphor Myrtle; ANPSA Conference in Albany: preview of tours
Dec 18review of Royal Melbourne Botanic Gardens Nov excursion; Bush Walk nursery for sale
Nov 18review of Cathy Powers’ Oct talk on Grasslands – a disappearing habitat; Thomasia triphylla
Oct 182019 calendar available; review of Mike Beamish’s Sep talk on the Kimberley; Eucalyptus rhodantha Rose Mallee; The Chemical Nutrition of Plants – Ted Symes
Sep 18review of Aug AGM and photo competition and slides; Grevillea rosmarinifolia Rosemary Grevillea; reports from the AGM
Aug 18preview of Aug AGM and agenda; review of July talk by Dr Greg Moore on The Evolution of Plants: ”How Brilliant are Plants”; Sustainability in Glen Eira; Hakea cristata Snail Hakea; Bees need food; Memberships due
Jul 18Preview of July meeting: Greg Moore on Arboriculture; review of John Thompson’s June meeting talk on Cranbourne Friends’ Wildflower Tour of WA 2017; Correa pulchella Mackay ex Sweet; advance notice of August AGM and position nomination form
May 18Calendar/photo competition; Cranbourne Garden ambassadors; call for Goodeniaceae photos for FJC Rogers Seminar; Stenocarpus sinuatus Firewheel Tree
Apr 18Photo competition; review of Mike Beamish’s talk on “The Top End”; Lambertia uniflora
Mar 18Cranbourne Gardens’ Nuytsia tree; review of Anne Langmaid’s talk about Eremophilas; Thomasia solanacea