Newsletter Now Online – Members Only

The Wildflower Society of WA newsletter (May 2018, Vol 56 No 2) has now been published electronically.  All members are entitled to view and download the electronic newsletter.  The printed newsletter should be posted to those who have requested a hard copy (no green discount) in the next several weeks.

You may view the newsletter online by going to the ‘Members’ tab at the top of any page of the WSWA website, then choose ‘Newsletters’ at the side of the page.

Or link to the newsletter page here.

If you are having trouble logging in, it may be that your membership is overdue.  Please ring Perry House to inquire during office hours, or email memberships@wildflowersocietywa.org.au at any time.

Front cover: Cassytha attachment to the trunk of Eucalyptus pluricaulis. Photo: Jolanda Keeble

Newsletter now available – Members Only

The Wildflower Society of WA newsletter (February 2018, Vol 56 No 1) has now been published electronically.  All members are entitled to view and download the electronic newsletter.  The printed newsletter should be posted to those who have requested a hard copy (no green discount) in the next several weeks.

You may view the newsletter online by going to the ‘Members’ tab at the top of any page of the WSWA website, then choose ‘Newsletters’ at the side of the page.

Or link to the newsletter page here.

If you are having trouble logging in, it may be that your membership is overdue.  Please ring Perry House to enquire during office hours, or email memberships@wildflowersocietywa.org.au at any time.

Front cover: Helena and Aurora Range. Photo: Brian Moyle.  More photos of declared rare flora Tetratheca paynteri and Leucopogon spectabilis from the Helena and Aurora Range in the inside cover.

Wildflower Society – Members Update – October

The most recent monthly update from the Management Committee is now available on our website, access exclusively for Members only. Log in to the Members area and then the tab ‘Management Committee Updates.’ If you have any difficulties logging in to the system, please email our volunteer administrator at nmcl@westnet.com.au – we can reset your password, give you a simpler password, or guide you through the log-in procedure.  Link here.

Newsletter Now Available – Members Only

The Wildflower Society of WA newsletter (August 2017, Vol 55 No 3) has now been published electronically.  Members who have elected to receive electronic copies of the newsletter have been notified.  The printed newsletter should be posted to those who have requested a hard copy (no green discount) in the next several weeks.

You may view the newsletter online by going to the ‘Members’ tab at the top of the page, then ‘Newsletters’ at the side of the page.  If you are having trouble logging in, it may be that your membership is overdue.  Please ring Perry House to enquire during office hours, or email nmcl@westnet.com.au at any time.  You can set up your membership online (which will be activated when payment processed) or ring the office to use your credit card.

Front cover: Roadside Grevillea dielsiana (red) and G. commutata subsp commutata flowering profusely with extra nutrients and water. Photo Bronwen Keighery

May Management Update Now Available

The most recent monthly update from the Management Committee is now also available on our website, access exclusively for Members only. Log in to the Members area and then the tab ‘Management Committee Updates.’ If you have any difficulties logging in to the system, please email our volunteer administrator at nmcl@westnet.com.au – we can reset your password, give you a simpler password, or guide you through the log-in procedure.

Members Only Event !

Well known eucalyptus experts Dean Nicolle and Malcolm French this evening!  Dean Nicolle has two popular titles recently published:  Taller Eucalypts for Planting in Australia: Their Selection, Cultivation and Management and also Smaller Eucalypts for Planting in Australia: Their Selection, Cultivation and Management and Malcolm French, whose most recent very popular book is also available from the Society, Eucalypts of Western Australia’s Wheatbelt have agreed to give a talk on their work and latest publications to the membership.

This is a Members Only event – details on the Members Only website page – link here.  If you are having trouble logging in, or are a member and would like the details emailed to you, please email nmcl@westnet.com.au for help!

Newsletter now available – Members Only

The Wildflower Society of WA newsletter (May 2017, Vol 55 No 2) has now been published electronically.  Members who have elected to receive electronic copies of the newsletter have been notified.  The printed newsletter should be posted to those who have requested a hard copy (no green discount) mid May.

You may view the newsletter online by going to the ‘Members’ tab at the top of the page, then ‘Newsletters’ at the side of the page.  If you are having trouble logging in, it may be that your membership is overdue.  Please ring Perry House to enquire during office hours, or email nmcl@westnet.com.au at any time.  You can set up your membership online (which will be activated when payment processed) or ring the office to use your credit card.

Front cover: Wilson Nature Reserve, Warradarge.  Photo J Keeble.

AGM and Conference in Merredin

The 2017 State Conference and AGM will be hosted by Merredin Branch on 24-25 June 2017. Details on our events calendar include Registration forms, Nomination forms, information about accommodation and many other things you need to know.

It will be a beautiful time to be in the wheatbelt, and we look forward to seeing everyone there.

More information in the Events Calendar here.

Management Committee Update – February

The most recent monthly update from the Management Committee is now also available on our website, access exclusively for Members only. Log in to the Members area and then the tab ‘Management Committee Updates.’ If you have any difficulties logging in to the system, please email our volunteer administrator at nmcl@westnet.com.au – we can reset your password, give you a simpler password, or guide you through the log-in procedure.

Newsletter now available – members only

The Wildflower Society of WA newsletter (August 2016, Vol 54 No 4) has now been published electronically.  Members who have elected to receive electronic copies of the newsletter have been notified.  The printed newsletter should be posted to those who have requested a hard copy (no green discount) mid to late November, as the printing of Australian Plants has been unexpectedly delayed and all the posted items are sent at the same time.

This issue features photographs of Wongan Hills plants and habitats, with the cover photograph a stunning display of white Rhodanthe manglesii amongst melaleucas and samphires at Lake Hind.  Photo by Bronwen Keighery.

You may view the newsletter online by going to the ‘Members’ tab at the top of the page, then ‘Newsletters’ at the side of the page.