Native Plants Queensland's Logan River branch meets on the third Thursday of each month at a different venue each time. Meetings start at 9.30am. Check the events calendar each month for details of our upcoming meeting location.
Logan River branch meetings are held outdoors at a local national park, council reserve or botanic gardens, or at a branch member's house where members are able to visit their garden. The branch meeting can also include a talk from a guest speaker.
At Logan River branch meetings members often discuss different cultivation techniques and problems as well as many other native plant related issues such as future nursery projects, interesting areas to explore and visit, plants with horticultural potential, and local conservation issues. We plan future outings and make plans for Native Plants Queensland's regional plant markets. The branch meetings always commence with a shared morning tea and finish with lunch for those who like to stay on. Members bring plant samples from their gardens to discuss or show as well as plants to share in a plant raffle.