We are meeting at the Stringybark BBQ area of the Cranbourne Gardens at 11.30 am on Sunday 6th October 2019. Bring your own food and drink, for either a barbeque or picnic.
After lunch, we will set off with Matt Henderson, one of the Cranbourne Garden’s enthusiastic Horticulture staff, for a slow ramble through the bushland looking for native plants in flower, which may include Hibbertia fasciculata var. prostrata (Bundled Guinea-flower), Leptospermum continentale (Prickly Tea-tree), Ricinocarpos pinifolius (Wedding Bush), Platylobium obtusangulum (Common Flat Pea) or Tetratheca ciliata (Pink Bells).
To finish off the afternoon, a cuppa and afternoon refreshments will be provided to give us all a chance to discuss what we have seen and enjoyed in the bushland.
For more information, contact Barbara Jeffrey, email: email@example.com, tel. 0408 564 379.
Book via the 19-SPRING-FILLABLE-booking form*. We look forward to seeing you there for a great day. A small gold coin donation is requested .
*If completing online, enter all details, save to one’s computer, finally email to Booking Officer.