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Walks and Talks Programme 2011

RETURN to the 2012 Walks and Talks Programme

AT
THE KU-RING-GAI WILDFLOWER GARDEN
420 Mona Vale Road, St Ives
NSW Australia

This page has been included as it contains links to notes and maps that won't be offerred in 2012, but may be of interest to some people.

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Autumn Term

Date
Number
Topic
Downloads
February 28
1
Introductory Talk and Walk at Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden notes
March 7
7
Plant Kingdom  
March 14
2
Parts of the Plant – Flowers notes
March 21
8
Ferns, Cycads and Conifers notes
March 28
4
Parts of the Plant – Stems and Leaves  
April 4
5
Banksia (Family Proteaceae) notes

Winter Term

May 2
6
Plant Propagation at KWG notes
May 9
24
Eucalypts,Angophoras and Corymbias (Family Myrtaceae) notes
May 16
12
Plant Communities notes
May 23
10
Geology of the Sydney Region notes
May 30
14
Rainforests notes
June 6
Longer Walk (bring lunch & water) Return approx 2.30 pm  

Spring Term

July 25
3
Parts of the Plant – Fruits notes
August 1
16
Acacias (Family Mimosaceae) notes, map
August 8
17
Heath plants ((Family Ericaceae) notes
August 15
19
Boronias and other Family Rutaceae notes, map
August 22
20
Hakea and Grevillea (Family Proteaceae) notes, map
August 29
21
Pea (Family Fabaceae) notes
September 5
22
Orchids (Family Orchidaceae) notes
September 12
23
Waratahs and other Family Proteaceae  
September 19
Longer Walk (bring lunch & water) Return approx 2.30 pm  

Summer Term

October 17
11
Flowering Plants and their Pollinators notes
October 24
32
Mint Bushes notes
October 31
31
Leptospermum, Baeckea (Family Myrtaceae) notes
November 7
30
Callistemons, Kunzeas, and Melaleucas (Family Myrtaceae)
November 14
28
Grasses (Family Poaceae) notes
November 21
27
Bird Walk (8.30 a.m. start) notes

Down load a one page brochure (pdf) of the 2011 program. (updated 1st April 2011)

Enquiries: Bill 02 9498 6052
  Wendy 02 9144 5600

RETURN to the 2012 Walks and Talks Programme

We are affiliated with Australian Plants Society NSW Ltd which is part of the national body the Australian Native Plants Society (Australia) inc. (ANPSA).