Our next meeting will be on 6 November 2023.
RESTORING LIVES AND LANDSCAPES
Lousie Nurrish would like to share with you about the project, Living Roots, which she now manages. This is a social enterprise of UTurn Homeless Ministries.
As the title suggests, Living Roots restores lives by training and equips formerly homeless clients with a range of horticulture skills and restores landscapes by growing, selling and planting locally indigenous plant species.
We meet …
ON: The first Monday evening of every month at 19:30 (new starting time).
AT: The Athenaeum, off Campground Road, next to the WPCC (PPC Park) in Newlands. Secure parking is available (driver’s licence to be shown at the entrance).
ENTRY: R30,00 for non-members. Enjoy a cup of tea and biscuits after the meeting.
Plants (when available from members) are on sale.
Visitors are always welcome. We hope to welcome you to a meeting.
Here is a selection of the presentations we managed to record before we re-commenced ‘live’ meetings:
- Plant Show and Tell – October 2021
- “Going Wild in the Cape Floral Kingdom” by Sally Hey (October 2021)
- Plant Show and Tell – September 2021
- Plant Show and Tell – August 2021
- “A Botanical Journey” by Lyn Mair (August 2021)
- Plant Show and Tell – July 2021
- Plant Show and Tell – June 2021
- Plant Show and Tell – May 2021
- “Rising from the Ashes” by Marianne Alexander (May 2021)
- Plant Show and Tell – April 2021
- Plant Show and Tell – March 2021
- “A Bit of Froth on the Bird’s Milk” by John van der Linde and “Gifberg and Goegap” by Jenny Scarr (March 2021)
- Plant Show and Tell – February 2021
- Plant Show and Tell – December 2020
- “Spring on North Island, New Zealand” by John van der Linde (October 2020)
- “Weird and Wonderful Plants” by Marianne Alexander (September 2020)
- “Clivia Conundrum” by Roger Stewart (August 2020)
- “Barrydale Open Gardens – October 2019” by Jenny Scarr (July 2020)