Mediterranean Garden Society

» Home
» About
» Membership
» Journal
» Sparoza Garden
» Branches
» AGMs
» MGS Forum
» Seed Exchange
» Donations
» MGS Excursions
» Information
» Members' Gardens
» Book Reviews
» News & Views
» Contact
» Search

BRANCH HEAD
Margot Tobin

(Biography)


The Western Australia Branch of the MGS

The aim of our newly-formed branch is to promote mediterranean gardening as we live in a truly mediterranean climate. We shall do this by promoting the society and its aims, encouraging new members, and having a programme of activities so MGS members can meet, socialise and learn.
We are starting small, so three or four events per year is our initial aim and this could progress to bimonthly. Events will be on a Sunday. We shall also publish four newsletters each year with contributions welcome.

New and prospective members may contact Branch Head Margot Tobin by email.

Forthcoming Events

Sunday 20 May - 11.00 - North Fremantle
Garden Visits
A visit to the garden “Riot and Restraint” featured in TMG 92. Morning tea provided followed by a photo presentation of the highlights of the Southern California AGM and tour. After lunch, walk to a nearby garden and succulent nursery.


Sphinx wrapped in Syzygium australe


Afternoon sunshine in the midst of restraint

Past Events

October 2017
Inaugural meeting – Zephyranthes Nursery

The Western Australia Branch was formed with support of members, lapsed members and prospective members.


Biography of Margot Tobin
Branch Head Margot lives and gardens in Fremantle on limestone soil. Salt-laden winds blow for nine months of the year. She has been a member of the MGS since 2012 and finds the travel to  its meetings stimulating and fun. She initially attended the AGM in Adelaide in 2012, then Menton in 2014 and Southern California in 2017.  Gardening is her passion and green is her favourite colour.



www.MediterraneanGardenSociety.org
All content (c) copyrighted by source or author, not to be reproduced without authorization.


website designed and maintained by Hereford Web Design