Attila has a special interest in arid, semi-arid (dry climate) succulent plants that cover 70 per cent of the continent. These are primary food and water sources for indigenous people in arid regions. He will show an extraordinary range of edible succulent plants, some of which have never been considered in the bushfood industry. He will also present some of the latest university research findings about a few of these plants that are certain to excite. A new and very different perspective about these plants will be explored for their potential as food. And, if you like the presentation, why not get an autographed copy of his book on this topic!
The webinar will be held on November 17 at 1pm AEDT (12.30pm SA, 12 noon Qld, 10am WA).
To register and receive the webinar link, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Attila Kapitany
Attila is a succulent expert and author of 18 popular plant books. He is passionate about plants and has been on many collecting trips to see his favourite plants growing in the wild. He has a large garden at Narre Warren in Melbourne that features succulents, cactus and bottle trees. It is open by appointment.
For more information visit www.australiansucculents.com