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Australasian Native Orchid Society
(Geelong Group) Inc.

Events 2019


10/2/19 - Tuber Day

Sale of terrestrial tubers.

13/2/19 - February Meeting

Presenter Margaret MacDonald.

13/3/18 - March Meeting

Presenter Geoff Beilby.

10/4/18 - April Meeting

Presentation topic "Managing an Endangered Orchid in Native Grassland - Sunshine Diuris".

8/5/18 - May Meeting

Member's talks.

12/6/18 - June Meeting

Anita & Tracey Hinton, "Melbourne International Flower Show".

10/7/18 - July Meeting

CHANGE OF VENUE
Geelong Bowling Club
4-10 Sommers St
Belmont
Presenter and topic TBA.

14/8/18 - August Meeting

AGM and Trivia Night.

11/9/18 - September Meeting

Deflasking orchids.

ACTIVITIES

ANOS Geelong is an active society with activities to suit members whatever your interest in Australasian orchids is.

Join us and participate in any of the upcoming activities.

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ANOS Geelong Activities

Sun 10 Feb 2019 - Tuber Day and Inter Club Get-together

Come along and purchase some terrestrial orchid tubers and potting mix and learn how to pot them up and look after them.

Wed 13 Feb 2019 - February Meeting

Our guest speaker for this meeting will be Margaret MacDonald.

Wed 13 Mar 2019 - March Meeting

Guest speaker Geoff Beilby.

Wed 10 Apr 2019 - April Meeting

John Bradford from Bushscapes will be presenting "Managing an Endangered Orchid in Native Grassland - Sunshine Diuris".

Wed 8 May 2019 - May Meeting

Member's talks.

Wed 12 Jun 2019 - June Meeting

Our guest speakers for this meeting will be Anita and Tracey Hinton who will giving a presentation on the Melbourne International Flower Show.

Wed 10 Jul 2019 - July Meeting

CHANGE OF VENUE: Geelong Bowling Club, 4-10 Sommers St, BELMONT
Guest speaker and presentation topic to be advised.

Wed 14 Aug 2019 - August Meeting

Annual General Meeting and Trivia Night.

Wed 11 Sep2019 - September Meeting

Our September meeting will focus on deflasking orchids.

Field trips to orchid sites are held throughout the year dependent upon flowering conditions.  For field trip details please refer to the ANOS Geelong monthly Newsletter .