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Australasian Native Orchid Society
(Geelong Group) Inc.

Coming Up


16/9/18 - Field Trip

Visit to Brisbane Ranges.

26/9/18 - Conservation

Search around Inverleigh for Caladenia pumila.

10/10/18 - October Meeting

Speaker and topic to be advised.

24/10/18 - Conservation

Prasophyllumm fosteri search and monitoring.

3/11/18 - ANOS Geelong Spring Show

Come along and view a wonderful display of Australia's native orchids.

14/11/18 - November Meeting

Amanda Sutterby, botanical artist.

25/11/18 - Field Trip

Visit to Brisbane Ranges.

12/12/18 - December Meeting

Speaker and topic to be advised.

MONTHLY MEETINGS

Once a month ANOS Geelong members get together to discuss orchid cultivation and conservation, admire our beautiful Australasian orchids, listen to knowledgeable speakers or just to socialise.

Visitors are always welcome so please come along and join us.

Dendroboum kingianum Bigfoot Gemstone

When We Meet

2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:30pm

Eleven meetings are held each year, from February through to December.

Petalochilus carneus

Where We Meet

Wesley Uniting Church Meeting Hall
100 Yarra Street
Geelong

Melway Ref. 452-C4

Parking is available in Yarra St and off Little Ryrie St.
Little Ryrie St is one way so enter from Moorabool St.

Dockrillia Green Gem

Guest Speakers

Each month we have a local, interstate or overseas speaker giving a presentation on topics relating to Australian epiphyte orchids, terrestrial orchids or conservation.

Wed 10 Oct 2018 - October Meeting

Guest speaker and presentation topic to be advised.

Wed 24 Oct 2018 - November Meeting

Our guest speaker for this meeting will be Amanda Sutterby, botanical artist.

Wed 12 Dec 2018 - December Meeting

Guest speaker and presentation topic to be advised.

Chiloglottis X pescottiana

Display Benches

Members can bring in their orchids and display them on the benches at the meetings so that others may enjoy them.

We are not a judging society but each month the guest speaker is invited to select the orchid they consider to be the best plant on display.