March 4th - Paul Roberts-Thomson - M.D. of Van Diemen bulbs (Tasmania)
April 1st - Malcolm Keller - variations in growing styles and appearance of dahlias
May 6th - Phil Schluter - Coloured Personality Profiling system
June 3rd - Troy McKenzie - Discussion on banned plants
August 5th - Greg Ruckert - Borneo forrest trip
September 2nd - Chris Daniels - Cities and nature
October - Patricia Toolan (No information)
March 1st - Kym Syrus - Rose gardens and broadcasting experiences
April 5th - Chris Scrace - Fuschias - care and growing
May 3rd - Alan O'Leary and Steven Stokes - South African bulbs and Gladioli
June 7th - (No information)
July – No meeting.
August 2nd - David Barrington - Hellebores and garden tools
September 6th - Ian Williams and reptiles of Adelaide environs
October 4th AGM Greg Ruckert - Simple photography and how to improve garden photography
March 1st - Bromeliad Club with Peter, Bev and Ron
April 5th - Julian Slade and Greg Ruckert on South African trips looking at bulbs
May 3rd – Greg Lawrence – growing knowledge. - Snippets of info that Greg has learned and collected over many years of growing bulbs
June 7th - Trevor Nottle.
AUGUST 2nd - Helen McKerrell –
Practical, down-to-earth home gardener & author of Gardening on a Shoestring. Helen is a regular column contributor to gardening magazines & dispenses sensible advice to customers at the Crafers Garden Centre.
SEPTEMBER 6th – Greg Ruckert & Julian Slade – more South African bulbous plants.
Encore presentation from these intrepid seed collectors of some of the many fascinating species in South Africa. Can they – and we – ever get enough?
October 4th – Marg Jenkins – On Irises. Named for Iris, the Greek Goddess of the Rainbow, the genus epitomizes this with a huge & subtle range of gorgeous colours. Learn much from Marg.
November 1st - Matt Coulter - Adelaide Botanic Gardens Mt Lofty nursery
March 7th - Cameron Peoples - Western Yunnan Rhododendrons
April 4th - Jason Wilkinson - Travelling bulb supplier
MAY 2nd – Phil Barron - Environmentalist - Birds.
Whether bold, colourful or plain, noisy or songsters, destructive or shy, birds make up a large part of our natural environment & play important roles in pollination of many plant spp.
JUNE 6th – Ann Ruckert – Mathematician on Fibonacci
What do pineapples, sunflower head seeds, nautilus shells, pinecones, cabbages, wave sequences have in common?
Anne will explain the mathematical sequence favoured by evolution – the secret patterns of nature known as the Fibonacci ratio.
JULY – No meeting.
AUGUST 1st - Marg Jenkins – Experienced propagator & club member
A talk & demonstration as these plants commence their growing season.
SEPTEMBER 5th – Rosemary Thomson - Enthusiastic plantswoman & club member. To be assisted by other members.
Pot Culture / A Passion for Pots.
No, you won’t find any “wacky Bachy” in Rosemary’s collection! But she will share her valuable experience of growing bulbs in confinement..or is it mere “pot luck?”
OCTOBER 3rd – Hugh Williams – Clivias
Dazzling in dark & shady places, we’ll find out how & where to use them in our gardens.
NOVEMBER 7th - Peter Taverna –Mandrakes
Why is there so much mystery attached to this genus? Peter is passionate & unusual & will expound on these & other special plants.
Dinner - presentation
March 6th - Rebecca Mumford
April 3rd - Greg Marlu - Biochar
May 1st - John Batchelor - Propogation