The Wildflower Society's Bushland Conservation Fund is holding a seminar and workshop entitled:
"WA's Bushland - ours to protect" at Murdoch University on November 22.
For further details and a registration form, click here.
Note that you can now register up until Tuesday November 18.
As a lead up to this seminar, a Mooja tree hunt will be launched at 10 am on November 15 at Wireless Hill Park in Melville.
This will be a great activity for families and anyone who likes a good treasure hunt.
Click here for details of the launch.
The South West of Western Australia is home to an astonishing range of remarkable plants.
There are, for example, more species in the Fitzgerald River reserve than in the United Kingdom. A small indication of the diversity is indicated by the pictures below.
We aim to know, grow, conserve and enjoy our plants.
We come from all sections of the community.
We include professional and amateur botanists.
And just ordinary folk.
You just have to like our flowers.
Our web site
will help you to:
• Learn why our flowers are so special
• Locate talks about them.
• Find how to grow them.
• Buy books about them.
• Learn where to see them growing.
• Join our society.
And much more.