Plant Study Group in the Wolgan Valley Plant Study Group in the Wolgan Valley  (Meredith Brownhill)
Plant Study Group - 2023

About us & Projects

Yearly programs (with reports from outings where available):

Note: Participants need to comply with any relevant NSW Government COVID-19 rules

The BMCS Plant Study Group (PSG) generally meets on the second Sunday of each month and travels to different locations in the Blue Mountains. Before attending for the first time please contact Meredith by email at Changes to the program appear in red.

Plant Study Group 2023 Program

Notes:*Outing is a week earlier than usual.**Additional outing.
 Date (2023)  Location Leader More info
 8 Jan  Ikara Ridge Sue  Report of outing 
 *5 Feb  Mt Victoria Cemetery Lyndal Detailed survey
 **15 Feb  Mt Annan Botanic Gardens Meredith Bus trip. Includes a guided tour of the Herbarium.
 12 Mar  Coachwood Glen Sue -
 *2 Apr  Murphy's Glen track Jelena -
 14 May  Castlereagh woodlands Alison -
 11 Jun  TBA TBA -
 9 Jul  Dharawal National Park Meredith Bus trip
 13 Aug  Glenbrook area Helen -
 10 Sep  Introductory walk Peter For new and prospective members
 8 Oct  Rigby Hill Sue -
 12 Nov  Dobbs Drift Alison -
 10 Dec  TBA TBA Christmas walk

2023 Reports

Stylidium lineareStylidium lineare

8 January - Ikara Ridge, Mount Victoria

The first walk for 2023 was on a beautiful, clear, blue day after a week of rain.

Ten plant enthusiasts enjoyed the spectacular landscape and were delighted with the masses of white flannel flowers (Actinotus helianthi) and Platysace lanceolata as well as the vibrant pink tufts of Stylidium lineare growing on almost bare rock surfaces.

Deep blue Thelionema ceaspitosum was a new plant for some. We also saw a tally of 5 different orchids, notably Cryptostylis subulata (large tongue orchid).

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