|Date||6 December 2020|
|Time||9:30am - 3:30pm|
The Venus Fly Trap is probably the most recognised carnivorous plant. No-one can fail to be amazed at seeing such a plant snap shut on a fly. A plant that moves and eats!
Incredibly, there are so many more carnivorous plants to see – in fact over 750 different species including the North American Trumpet Pitcher Plants, Sundews and more! Australia has the most diverse range of species in the world with over 180 different species.
The Australasian Carnivorous Plant Society Inc, will give an introduction to carnivorous plants explaining what makes them carnivorous and talk about the many plants on display.
Learn about how to care for these wonderful plants and purchase a selection of your favourites!
Need to know:
- Where - Margaret Whitlam Pavilion, National Arboretum Canberra.
- Parking - Time restricted parking is available in the Margaret Whitlam Pavilion carpark and all day (paid) parking is available in the main Arboretum carpark.
- Sessions - Due to COVID-19, there will be four sessions across the day to minimise numbers and allow for COVID cleaning between the sessions. Each session duration will be 1 hour 20 minutes.
- Payments - Payment at the stall will be card only, no cash payments.
The Australasian Carnivorous Plant Society Inc https://www.facebook.com/AUSCPS is a not for profit society that promotes the cultivation, conservation and education of carnivorous plants.