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Australasian Native Orchid Society
(Victoria Group) Inc.

Coming Up


22-24/4/17 - Terrestrial Study Group

Trip to Miram South & Little Desert.

26/4/17 - Conservation Group

Diuris fragrantissima site maintenance, Sunshine.

5/5/17 - May Meeting

Dr Noushka Reiter will present "Pollinators to Propagation"

6/5/17 - Terrestrial Seed Group

Learn the techniques of growing terrestrial orchids from seed.

7/5/17 - Epiphyte Study Group

Hosted George & Fran Byrne-Dimos.

7/5/17 - Terrestrial Study Group

Visit to Werribee / You Yangs areas.

8/5/17 - Conservation Group

Diuris fragrantissima site maintenance, Sunshine.

16/5/17 - Conservation Group

Diuris fragrantissima & Diuris basaltica site maintenance, Laverton.

21/5/17 - Terrestrial Study Group

Visit to the Anglesea area.

22/5/17 - Conservation Group

Diuris fragrantissima site maintenance, Sunshine.

2/6/17 - June Meeting

Speaker and topic TBA.

GROUPS

Within ANOS Vic there are 4 active groups to cater for members different interests.

By being a member of ANOS Vic. you are entitled to participate in the activities organised by any of the groups.

Dendrobium Elegant Heart

Epiphyte Study Group

The Epiphyte Study Group meets once a month. Activities usually involve visiting members and other epiphyte orchid growers to see the conditions they grow their orchids under.

Pterostylis chaetophora

Terrestrial Study Group

The Terrestrial Study Group organises a field trip to search for orchids in the field at least once a month. Trips can range from anywhere in Victoria to the occasional interstate adventure.

Pterostylis cucullata

Conservation Group

The Conservation Group endeavours to undertake a conservation activity in the field at least once a month. Typical conservation activities involve searching for rare and endangered orchids, site maintenance and monitoring of endangered orchid populations.

Caladenia flava

Terrestrial Cultivation & Seed Propagation Group

The Terrestrial Seed Propagation Group is a hands on practical group formed to help improve our knowledge of how to grow orchids from seed. The group meets once a month and members get learn the techniques of plating orchid seed.