Photograph: Cyanicula gemmata by Mark Brundrett

November Newsletter – now online

November Newsletter – now online

The latest newsletter of the Wildflower Society of WA is now available for download to Members Only.  You may download […]

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Biosecurity measures this coming spring and summer

Biosecurity measures this coming spring and summer

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development is currently promoting the need to adopt biosecurity measures this coming spring […]

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Petition to Save Perth Airport’s Banksia Woodlands, wetlands and Aboriginal Heritage sites

Petition to Save Perth Airport’s Banksia Woodlands, wetlands and Aboriginal Heritage sites

Perth Airport’s last remaining threatened Banksia Woodlands, wetlands and Aboriginal cultural and heritage sites are under imminent threat of clearing […]

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Coming Events

Coming Events


The Wildflower Society uses its independent technical knowledge of WA’s wildflowers to help you better know, grow, enjoy and conserve the wildflowers of Western Australia.


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