Meetings - See meeting programmme for the year
Meeting of the APS - FRIDAY 16 February 2007
8:00 p.m. at
Ermington Community Centre, River Rd
Ann (and Bob) Young
Topic: "Geology of Royal National Park"
from other groups in Sydney, chat over a free cuppa
Plants will be for sale on the night!
On Farm - Plant Sale & Native Garden 2007
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 21 and Sunday
22 April 2007
140 Russell Lane Oakdale.
Access M5 to Picton. Turn left at Picton into Argyle
St then first right into Barkers Lodge Road. Russell
Lane is on the right at Oakdale. Train to Macarthur
then bus to Camden change bus to Russell lane Oakdale.
Fee is $5 per person. Seniors Half Price. Accompanied
children under 18 free.
the extensive native show gardens where native
plants are grown to perfection in a timeless
open parkland setting.
Gardens feature choice banksias, boronias,
correas, dampieras, eremophilas, grevilleas,
leschenaultias, verticordias, waratahs and
Expert garden and horticultural advice will
be available from
Merv Hodge, Cas Liber, Neil Marriott, Ray
Brown, David Shiells
Largest Range of Australian plants for sale
in one place at the one time.
is the Plant Sale which has been at Mt Annan
Botanical Gardens in previous years.)
Collectors' Plant Fair 2007
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday
21 and 9
a.m. to 3 p.m.Sunday
22 April 2007
27 Powells Road, Bilpin 2758
(Blue Mountains west of Sydney)
for Weekend Entry to the Fair is $10, $6 if
Under 18's free entry with an adult
Free off-street parking
25% of proceeds go to the Bilpin Bush Fire
Brigade whose members assist at the Fair
The Fair showcases 40 growers of distinctive,
unusual and collectable plants - plants that
are not readily obtainable.
For further information and bookings contact
Peta & Peter Trahar, Tel 02
4567 2026, Fax 02 4567 2118
Beth Stokes, Tel 02 4888 9262
Post Office, Bilpin, 2758
Region Annual general meeting
Lawrie Smith (former
President of SGAP Queensland)
Regional Botanic Gardens in Queensland"
Plants will be on sale at the
Walk 11th August
The walk will be in the Westleigh area.
Much of the route follows the Great North
Walk and it passes exposed sandstone ridgetop
and sheltered creekside vegetation communities
and also some attractive forested areas
in between. The walk finishes in De Saxe
Close Westleigh, passing a historic quarry
where a Zig Zag railway, coming down from
the Mainline, ended and where sandstone
was quarried and transported back up to
the railway to be used in railway track
Dr Amelia Martyn
"The Millennium Seedbank Project. "
of Wild Flowers - IT"S
Saturday 25 &
Sunday 26 August 2007
9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th. September -
9am to 1pm
Centre, Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden,