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The Tropical Garden Society of Sydney has the goal of fostering interest in growing tropical plants in a subtropical climate. It aims to educate and share information through expert presentations. It also provides access to plants that are not readily available in Sydney. Regular meetings are held in a central location and have a friendly, informal and non-competitive atmosphere. New members are very welcome.

Next meeting: Tuesday 24 August 2021 on Zoom  

Enter from 7:45 pm. The presentation itself should begin at approximately 8:00 p.m.                      

Speaker: Erik van Zuilekom

Erik will be speaking on the topic "Growing Aroids: Habitat to our Homes".


About our speaker: Erik van Zuilekom is a living architecture designer, consultant, plant collector

(including vertical gardens, green facade, roof garden

technologies) and plant researcher working as a botanist/environmentalist developing sustainable and resilient vertical garden ecologies by utilizing plants as living technologies. To see more of Erik's photos check out the link: United Natures Design

Zoom Meeting details will be added soon



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Meetings will be held every month except December in 2021.

In June & August there will be Zoom meetings only

For the other months, meetings will be held at:

Venue: Concord Community Centre, 1a Gipps St, Concord

Time:7:30pm entry for 8:00pm presentation start on the fourth Tuesday of the month

 Months: March, April, May, July, September, October, November


NB - COVID-19 restrictions will be observed and may limit the number attending in person. Check here for updates.