Know, grow, protect and enjoy South Africa's indigenous plants

Join our BotSoc Plant Conservation Webinars, where you’re invited to listen to topics that are newsworthy, fascinating or simply fun. On the last Thursday of every month, between 17:00 and 18:00, we chat to the experts via Zoom on topics relating to our mantra: To know, grow, protect and enjoy indigenous plants. And you’re invited to participate during these interactive webinars, to ensure your questions are answered by the presenting team. 

To join the Zoom events, become a BotSoc member, and we’ll email the registration link to you monthly.

Innovations in plant poaching to conserve SA’s plants
Ecosystem Corridors- a web of plant connection with a focus on Birds
Tools to maximise to Citizen Science Data
Climate Smart gardening in Autumn
A year of action: BotSoc’s conservation footprint
Never too small: How to garden with limited space
BotSoc Conservation Webinar: Indigenous food – From field trials to table
Webinar: Inspiration for growers
Webinar: Where to enjoy nature’s bounty this spring
Webinar: Unfurling flowers in the veld: Enjoying nature’s awakening
Webinar: Desirable plants and how to protect them
Webinar 20 years of CREW
Webinar: Tree conservation
Webinar: Putting indigenous plants to work
Webinar: Getting your garden on
Webinar: Plant Taxonomy
Webinar: Herbaria: What’s the blooming point?
Webinar: What lies beneath – the microbiome
Webinar: Great Southern Bioblitz
Webinar: People, plants and heritage
Webinar: Spring has sprung!
Webinar: Celebrating 10 years of the Overberg
Webinar: BotSoc in action
BotSoc Webinar: Pollination
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Hours

Open Monday to Friday 10h00 to 14h00. Closed on weekends and public holidays.

December holidays:  Office will be closed from the 25th December and reopen 1st working day of the new year

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We are experiencing intermittent faults with our landlines. If you can't get through on our landline +27 (0) 21 797 2090 , please phone or send a message to our alternate WhatsApp number: +27 (0) 65 922 6163.

 

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