AIH Award Winners 2018

See the complete list of award winners at the 58th AIH Annual Awards and Dinner 2018 at The Mercure Gold Coast Resort on Saturday 27 October 2018.

Walk and Talk at the Wallis Creek Watergarden

January 22, 2019
Great learning and networking at AIH's first Walk and Talk for 2019 at the¬†Wallis Creek Watergarden.   Thanks to everyone...
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Vale Kim Morris FAIH

January 10, 2019
09/01/19 Dear members It is with great sadness that I wish to inform you of the passing of Kim Morris...
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President’s Report December 2018

December 19, 2018
Dear Members, Most of you would know me as the Editor of this newsletter and the Vice President of the...
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AIH Workshop: Designing for Communities – People and Plants

Time: February 9, 2019
@10:00 am - 12:00 pm

This next free event on the Gold Coast will be in partnership with Gold Coast living located at the NEW Sensory Gardens, for all abilities, at Country Paradise Parklands in Nerang. This is a 2 hour hands-on and theory workshop on Designing for Communities - People and Plants.

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Aspley Orchid Society Summer Show

Time: February 16 - February 17, 2019

Flowering orchid plants, ferns and foliage on display. Potting demonstrations and cultural advice available. Plants and all orchid growing requirements for sale. EFTPOS available for plant sales. Light refreshments available.

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AIH Plant Taxonomy Workshop

Time: March 9, 2019
@ 9:00 am-1:30 pm

Taxonomy is the science of plant identification. There is a system to classifying plants and giving them scientific names. The more you can understand the system, the easier it becomes to identify plants. For anyone working with plants, this workshop is an opportunity to explore the subject of taxonomy, and irrespective of what your current level of knowledge is. Strengthen your understanding of taxonomy, update on some of the changes over recent years, explore some resources you may not have encountered before, network with other horticulturists who may help you with plant identification.

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