Botanical Conversations

What to Bring

  • Bring some plant cuttings or seeds to swap if you have any, if not, we will give you some and show you what to do with them.

What to Wear

  • Casual

Botanical Conversations

About This Class

Class Schedule

  • Wednesday, 24 June 2015, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

What You Will Learn

  • Meet Costa Georgiadis of ABC TV’s Gardening Australia and Georgina Reid,of The Planthunter.
  • Enjoy a Q&A style conversation, with Costa and Georgina discussing their respective passions.
  • Participate in a sharing of practical gardening advice and ideas.

What You Get

  • An evening of wonderful conversation in all things botanical
  • Cheese & Wine by Redfern Legends Cake Wines


Join us for a very special evening with one of Australia’s most important environmental change makers, Costa Georgiadis, host of ABC TV’s Gardening Australia. Costa will be joined by Georgina Reid, founder & editor of The Planthunter to talk about life, with plants. And more, plenty more….

This intimate evening will consist of a Q&A style conversation, with Costa and Georgina discussing their respective passions of permaculture, plants, design, communication and food, as well as a sharing of practical gardening advice and ideas. There will be plenty of time for your questions about plants and/or life, and if that’s not enough, there will be wine by Cake Wines and a whole lot of cheese.

About Georgina Reid & Jardine Hansen

Georgina Reid is the founder & editor of The Planthunter. When she is not stalking shrubs, she is principal landscape designer at Reid & Friends. She has qualifications in journalism and design, and a very serious passion for plants. She loves growing, eating, cooking, and drinking them. If she were a tree she would be a lemon scented gum.

An ardent love of plants and flowers began in Jardine Hansen’s childhood, wandering through rambling gardens with her grandmother, mispronouncing botanical names. She revels in creating loose arrangements which retain the sense of spontaneity and romance found in the garden. Her work is layered and textured, using interesting botanical specimens and favouring locally grown flowers and foliages for their seasonal beauty.

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