Talk by Dr John Dwyer, author and Burnley graduate.
Weeds, plants and people.
Why do some people spend so much effort trying to eradicate plants in certain circumstances, while other people nurture those very same species for food, medicine, or simple enjoyment of their beauty? Could there be a better way for us to live alongside the many wild plants we encounter in our gardens, farms and landscapes, than to wage war on them?
A lively and engaging talk on the history of common plants.
When: Tuesday 11 April, 7 pm for 7.30 pm
Where: Burnley Campus
Price: $5 members/ $15 non members
Non members are welcome to attend our events and meetings.
FOBG presentations are held in the Main Building (MB 11) in the Burnley Gardens, 500 Yarra Boulevard Richmond, unless otherwise noted. Follow the signs. Parking is available on the Boulevard for Burnley events, or on Campus if you have a Disablity Parking Permit.