APS Waverley

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Meets at 8pm on the third Thursday of the month (except December and January).

Venue: Wadham House, 52 Wadham Pde, Mt Waverley Google map link

Upcoming events for Waverley

Membership fees: $15 + Australian Plants Society Victoria membership fees.

Leader: Jenny Kelso   9889 1195
Secretary: Virginia Barnett   9803 4502

PO Box 248, Glen Waverley Vic 3150

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web-site: https://sites.google.com/view/apswaverley/

Edition Contents
Feb-Mar 20Stories and photos of native plants are needed for this newsletter; Banks & Solander Exhibition; Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra; Banksia baxteri – Baxter’s Banksia, Bird’s Nest Banksia; Buckinghamia celsissima – Ivory curl plant
Dec-Jan 20Oct – “In the Wild”; Nov – Geoff Lay “50 years of wandering”; Alyogyne wrayae ‘Blue Heeler’; Lomatia myricoides – Long-leaf lomatia
Oct-Nov 19Sep visit to Karwarra Gardens
Aug-Sep 19June meeting review: Trevor Blake – “Thomasia and related genera”; July meeting review: Andrew Laidlaw, Landscape Architect Royal Botanic Gardens; Annual General Meeting 2019; Pomaderris obcordata Wedge-leaved pomaderris; Eremophila mackinlayi Desert Pride
Apr-May 19Review of February BBQ and Twilight Walk in Valley Reserve; review of March talk by Mirini Lang – “The Importance of Saltmarsh Wetlands”; Hypocalymma Xanthopetalum
Feb 19Upcoming events
Jan 19Upcoming events
Oct-Nov 18Aug visit to Mirini Lang’s garden; Aug speaker Lynsey Poore on “Botanical Riches of Western Australia’s South West Coast”; Guichenotia ledifolia
Aug-Sep 18July meeting: Richard Austin – “Native Orchids”; Helen Lovel on Neutrog; Minutes AGM 2018; Annual Report; Treasurer’s Report; Eremophila glabra; Eucalyptus preissiana
Jul 18April review: Nicky Zanen on “King Island”; May review: Bev & John Hansen on “Landscaping”; April plant of the month: Correa reflexa; May plant of the month: Hakea ‘Burrendong Beauty’; membership application form
Dec 17Vale Michael Marmach; Graham and Maree Goods – “Plants of Australia’s Inland Deserts”; Scaevola “Pink Fanfare”