HMAA National Webinar Series To get the ball rolling… We’ve invited leading landscape designer and Chelsea Gold and Best in Show winner Phillip Johnson Phillip’s webinar is set for 7pm EST Thursday September 17 6.30pm in SA and 5pm in WA Duration: 30 minutess via Zoom. Phillip Johnson Webinar When: […]
On Tuesday next week Martin Horwood , Senior Biosecurity Officer, Greater Sydney Local Land Services, will give us an overview of the current NSW biosecurity act and also cover some of the recent pests and potential invaders that threaten Australian homes, gardens and the horticulture industry. Problems covered include varroa […]
Welcome to the 2020 Laurels entry page where you’ll find everything you need to know about the awards and submission process. This year the categories are: Book Laurel Article Laurel Image Laurel Video Laurel Television Laurel Audio Laurel Magazine Laurel Website Laurel Social Media Laurel Technical Laurel Anita Boucher Outstanding […]
On a sunny winter’s day in June, HMAQ members toured the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Maroochy Research Facility at Nambour to learn more about horticultural research into subtropical fruits, breeding and diseases.
On Monday 26 February 2018 a group of HMA NSW members met at the Common Ground Bakery and Café in the outer Sydney suburb of Picton ready for an exciting day out in the area. After a refreshing cuppa we set off for Mal and Jan Morgan’s Glenfield Wholesale Nursery. […]
HMAQ met for its AGM at Mitchelton Library in Brisbane on the weekend. Re-elected President Kim Woods Rabbidge congratulated those present on a productive year, which involved participation in no less than fifteen industry events or meetings. The year ahead promises to be just as exciting and includes a meeting […]
HMA NSW launched National Gardening week in October with an event at Eden Gardens that was a great success. Representatives of HMA, Hortigroup and the general public gathered together to mark the launch. With special thanks to Gil Teague from Florilegium who spoke to the group and introduced some new and […]
Brisbane EKKA historical showcase highlights the advancement of horticulture in Queensland for the education and enjoyment of the passing 2017 crowds In the 1800s, Queensland was the centre of tropical and sub-tropical horticultural research in Australia. The introduction of plant species into Australia and also export to other countries was […]