Members are encouraged to bring along exhibits for the specimen table, which is a regular feature of each meeting.
Venue: Park Lane Nursery, Park Lane, Wangaratta
Pre-Meeting Dinner: Those who are able, have dinner before each meeting at Cafe Martini, 87 Murphy Street, Wangaratta, 6.00 – 7.15pm. All members are most welcome to attend. It’s a chance to relax with a nice meal and a glass of wine.
2018-19 membership form can be found in the June newsletter.
President: John van Riet (03) 5725 7207
Secretary: Alison Earp (03) 5729 7518
21 Frascas Lane, Myrrhee VIC 3732
|Aug 19||Jun meeting recap: Chris Tzaros on the Turquoise Parrot Project; Jun Euroa visit: Cathy Powers on moths & butterflies; Aug visit to Helen Wrigley’s garden; Flowers in the Winter Garden: Jan Hall; Banksia integrifolia Roller Coaster Banksia|
|May 19||Off Grid Living Festival stall 4th May; Kaluna and Little Kaluna Parks; The naming of Scaveola brookeana and the life of Sarah Brooks|
|Feb 19||Review of Christmas Gathering; Grevilleas with Neil Marriott; review of our presence in Nov at Wangaratta Urban Landcare Group Nature Day; review of Dec propagating day; Summer pruning – Helen Wrigley; the January Great Plant Out|
|Nov 18||review of Aug AGM; review of Aug outing to Chiltern National Park; review of Sep meeting, Jim Blackney on the Silver Banksia & spring specimen show; review of Sep outing to Anne Ford’s garden; review of Oct meeting with David & Barbara Pye on Melton Botanic Gardens; review of Oct outing to Mt. Buffalo; review of FJC Rogers Seminar|
|Aug 18||review of Jun Hakea night; review of Jul visit to Andrews’ property at Chesney Vale; President’s Annual Report|
|Jun 18||Preview Hakea Night Thursday 28th June; Preparing for the July 26th meeting: The Winter Collection Show & Tell; review of Apr meeting: Ted Brown on growing Dry area plants; review of Apr outing to Glenda & Bernie Datson’s garden at Baranduda; review of May meeting: Royce & Jeanne Raleigh on small flowering plants in their Wartook Garden in the Grampians; Waratahs at Eurobin – Malcolm and Mirella McKinnon|