WEIRD AND WONDERFUL ENCOUNTERS WITH PLANTS
On Monday, 2 MARCH, Marianne Alexander will take us on a 40-minute whirl wind trip around the world, showcasing some of the most weird and wonderful plants she has met. From thrombolites – built up over centuries by colonies of microscopic bacterial cells, the grass tree Xanthorrhoea australis, trigger plants and Wollemi pines in Australia; cactus and yaretta Azorella compacta in South America; baobabs and pitcher plants from Madagascar; to cannon ball trees in Asia.
We meet …
AT: The Athenaeum, off Campground Road, next to the WPCC (PPC Park) in Newlands at 20:00. Secure parking is available.
ENTRY: R30,00 for non-members (R10 for members), and this includes a chance to win the raffle prize of the evening, and enjoy a cup of tea and biscuits.
Plants and seeds (from members) are on sale.
There is no need to book and visitors are always welcome.
Watch this space for details of our 6 April 2020 meeting.