Winter Lecture Series
Dine in the cozy, award-winning, Botanic Gardens Restaurant in the heart of Adelaide Botanic Garden. Enjoy a warming winter soup while learning amazing insights from gardening experts. Hear behind-the-scenes stories about the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium's work - told by Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium staff.
This series of eight lunchtime lectures ($23 each) is presented on Mondays throughout June and July. Book one or all eight - bring a friend.
Mon 4 June - Changing Attitudes and Beliefs in the Garden [Ticket sales ended]
Presented by Jon Lamb, gardening expert
Mon 18 June - Seed Research [Ticket sales ended]
Presented by Dr Jenny Guerin, Seed Research Officer at the SA Seed Conservation Centre
Mon 25 June - How Do You Like Them Apples?
Presented by Tony Kanellos, Cultural Collections Curator at the Botanic Gardens SA
Mon 2 July - Threatened Flora of the Mount Lofty Ranges
Presented by Dan Duval, Technical Officer Seed Collection and Research at the SA Seed Conservation Centre
Mon 9 July - The Unseen Beauty
Presented by John Sandham, Collections Development Officer at the Botanic Gardens SA
Mon 16 July - The Work of the State Herbarium
Presented by Dr Michelle Waycott, Chief Botanist at the Botanic Gardens SA and State Herbarium
Mon 23 July - Exploring Botanical and Cultural Peru [SOLD OUT]
Presented by Dr Lucy Sutherland, Director at the Botanic Gardens SA and State Herbarium
Mon 6 August - Tales From the Fungal Kingdom [SOLD OUT]
Presented by Pam Catcheside, Honorary Research Associate at the State Herbarium