Masterclasses

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Mount Lofty and Wittunga Botanic Gardens are closed due to severe weather conditions.
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Master Classes are specialist courses run by industry experts on relevant and current horticulture topics. They are a great opportunity to network with others with similar interests, extend your expertise and stay up to date with the latest techniques. 

There are opportunities for people of all backgrounds at the Australian Centre of Horticultural Excellence, from those employed in a horticulture field, to those wanting to enter the industry to the home gardener wanting to extend their knowledge.

More Masterclasses will be added to this list in the coming months, so sign up for the Botanic Gardens’ Training and Workshops e-newsletter to be among the first to learn about these opportunities.

Unfurling the inner beauty of ferns, Propagation techniques

Date: Wednesday 12 October
Time: 10am to 3pm
Where: Mount Lofty Botanic Garden

In this advanced, hands-on Masterclass you'll learn how to propagate ferns compatible with South Australia’s climate using spore and vegetative techniques from the Botanic Gardens of South Australia’s expert and former Curator of Ferns. Includes a field study in the world-renowned Fern Gully.

Download the course flyer for more information.
Book your spot online through Eventbrite.

Economic Botany Today [SOLD OUT]

Date: Monday and Tuesday 24-25 October
Time: 9am to 5pm
Where: Noel Lothian Hall, Adelaide Botanic Garden (see visitor information)

One of the world's great botanic minds, Professor David Mabberley, returns to Adelaide Botanic Garden this October to deliver his third intimate lecture series. You'll come away with a much deeper understanding of plants - how they've shaped our past and how they can impact our future. Book by 31 August and save $145.

Download the course flyer for more information.
Book your spot online through Eventbrite.