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Photo courtesy of Fred Moody


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.

Our next meeting is scheduled for 7:30 pm Tuesday 25th June   on Zoom only.

Bruce Dunstan will talk about his trip to Panama in 2023

Bruce Dunstan is a Brisbane horticulturist who has worked in the local nursery industry for 39 years – 37 years of travelling with over 25 trips through 15 tropical countries pursuing his plant interests in heliconias, gingers, bromeliads, aroids and other rainforest monocots as well as an ever-expanding interest in other plant groups. This was Bruce's fifth trip to Panama and it included climbing a remote mountain in Darien, spending 4 nights getting to the summit to find a rare Heliconia species













You can obtain free tickets from Eventbrite to watch the presentation on Zoom. Tickets are available here.

Click here for information about dates and speakers of future meetings


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Meetings will be held every month except December in 2024.

In June & August there will be Zoom meetings only

For the other months, meetings are planned to be held at:

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

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

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


NB - COVID-19 restrictions will be observed.



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