The Autumn term of the Walks at Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden, 420 Mona Vale Road, St Ives commenced on March 4th with an introduction to the history of the Wildflower Garden. On April 8th the focus will be on Edible Plants and on May 6th the focus will be on Wildlife in the Gardens. These sessions are walks only and are free.
The Walks and Talks programme will commence on June 17th.
Meet at Caley’s Pavilion at 9-45 am, wear closed shoes and hat, bring water.
For more information call 94175217.
There will be a walk led by members of Australian Plants Society-North Shore Group, focussing on edible native plants at the Ku-Ring- Gai Wildflower Garden, 420 Mona Vale Road, St Ives at 9-45 am on April 8th.
Walkers should wear closed shoes and a hat and bring water. This walk is free and new participants are welcome. For more information visit www. austplants.com.au/ North-Shore or phone 94175217.
Photo by Isolde Kamerman shows Warrigal Greens, also known as New Zealand Spinach or Tetragonia.
These plants saved our early settlers from scurvy.