Welcome to
The Herb Society of South Australia
Last updated March 2016

HOW TO FIND/CONTACT US


HERBS


THE LATEST NEWS

2016
CALENDER OF EVENTS



The SALVIA GARDEN GROUP


USING AUSTRALIAN HERBS LINKS



PUBLIC PROPAGATING

Autumn - Sunday 10th April


Spring - Sunday 11th Sept



WELCOME

The Herb Society of South Australia was formed in 1976 to promote the study of growth, history and use of herbs. It is open to all people interested in herbs and their uses.

Everyone is welcome to join, attend meetings, become involved with specific groups such as the 'Seed Savers', specialise in specific plants such as salvias, help with our garden maintenance programmes at various gardens, and come on our Tagalong tours throughout the state.

We are an active and involved group - interested? - check out the calendar of events for more information and activities, and come along to meet other keen enthusiasts.


    Members of the Herb Society of South Australia Inc support & maintain the Herb & Salvia Garden - Findon Community Centre, 222 Findon Rd, Findon

    Monthly Meetings

WHEN
Held on the first Monday of the month from 7.30pm for an 8pm start, from February to December (no meeting in January).

WHY
Each meeting includes – what to do in the garden this month. - member’s problems - questions and answers - basket supper. Most meetings have a guest speaker on herb and garden related subjects.
Refer to the Calendar of Events 2016 for more detail

WHERE
The Findon Community Centre, 222 Findon Rd. Findon.


Findon community centre Visitors are welcome at the meetings. Come along, introduce yourself and afterwards enjoy the meeting and basket supper.
































SPECIAL EVENTS

HERB DAY SUNDAY Sunday 6th November

AUTUMN SALVIA SALE Sunday 24th April

SPRING SALVIA SALE Sunday 30th October




SPEAKERS 2016

Members Night

Matt Coulter - Botanical Gardens Plant Curator

Graham Douglass - Wynn Vale Community Gardens

Tony Kanellos - Museum of Economic Botany

Patrizia Bronzi - Medical Herbalist

Dr Harry Harrison - Pruning & Tools

Dr Susan Semple - Collaborative Research using Aboriginal Plants in Modern Medicine

Keitha Young - Seed Freedom Food Festival

Watch this space for an update of further speakers