AIH National Conference & Awards

Join us at the AIH National Conference & Awards 21 – 22 September 2019 at the Aloft Hotel in Perth WA! AIH members and non-members are welcome.

AIH Workshop: Green Walls

Come along to this informative workshop on Thursday 17 October 2019 at 12pm – 4pm learning all about green walls. Members and non-members welcome.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see One Central Park Sydney. One of Australias most notable, award-winning green walls.  

Join Jock Gammon Director of Junglefy as he takes us through this amazing green space. Hear discussions about techniques, plant material choices as well as climate and many other issues that confronted the project design.

Welcome to the start of spring and the lead into the busy run to Christmas. Over the last three months,...
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Media Release 03/09/2019   An Urgent Need to Rethink What It Means to Be ‘Green’ Australian Institute of Horticulture National...
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Funding grants of up to $10,941 per person are currently available to women who work in the horticulture sector to...
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  By Tom Lantry FAIH, AIH convener for Central Coast & Hunter regions.   After a general introduction of Noel...
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Private education veteran and sponsor of the Australian Institute of Horticulture, ACS Distance Education,  has released its answer to the...
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Dear Councillors and Members,   Welcome to the middle of the year and the countdown to our 2019 Conference and...
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  By Michael Casey MAIH RH and Dr Kate Neale AAIH   This article first appeared in the June 2019...
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Dear Councillors and Members,   I have enjoyed the last month both working alongside the National Council and fellow members...
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Urban Greening Efforts In Australia A Puzzle With Pieces Missing Delegates at the Urban Tree Puzzle forum hosted by the...
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How did the Planthunter evolve? GR: I launched The Planthunter in 2013 after a decade of working as a landscape...
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Dear Councillors and Members,   What a great first quarter to 2019 with so many events and networking opportunities as...
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By Michael Casey MAIH RH This article first appeared in the April 2019 of Hort Journal - visit for...
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Bette Midler moved back to New York after the 1994 Northridge earthquake. Once there, she was concerned about the amount...
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By Michael Casey MAIH RH   The benefits of Green Walls being installed on, inside and around buildings, homes and...
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AIH Workshop Taxonomy: Myrtaceae

Time: October 4, 2019
@ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

  Botanical Gardens speaker: Alistair Afternoon tea provided.   Cost: AIH Members: $88 Students: $44 Non-Members: $99   BOOK NOW   CPD Points Available: 3

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AIH Workshop: Japanese Garden Design & Pruning

Time: October 5, 2019
@9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Ken Lamb has over 30 years of experience specialising in the design, construction and project management of Oriental gardens and water features. He is one of Australia’s leading landscapers specialising in Oriental gardens. Spend a fascinating day with Ken Lamb, learning about Japanese Garden Design and the history, principles and practice of traditional Japanese pruning and its symbolism at Dimension Gardenscape, 21 Downey Street, Karabar NSW.

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AIH Walk and Talk at Tomago House NSW

Time: October 20, 2019
@ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join us for this informative tour and walk and talk at historic Tomago House on Sunday 20 October 2019 at 9.30am for a 10am start. The day will begin with a tour of the house and then Steve Williams MAIH experienced arborist, will lead us through the grounds and we will hear about the work he has carried out since the grounds and trees were extensively damaged by storms. Tomago House was established by barrister Richard Windeyer in the 1840s. This country residence was the heart of a vast agricultural estate.

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