Our plantings along the bush trail are settling in! Laurel has been tightening the protective sleeves while Ruth, Jim, Sue, David and Frances have planted another 130 seedlings. The weeds have taken off with the wet, mild conditions. Some direct seeding has been spotted! The dwark sheoaks have a tiny brilliant red flower, Acacia lasiocarpa and Acacia pulchella, the small wattles are glowing golden!
Join community volunteers this Sunday 31st July for some much needed weeding and some planting in the bushland.
See our prickly plantings from 2009 in spectacular flower!
Mayor Ron Norris will join us for morning tea at 10.30am to update us on what's happening in our suburb, what's shaping our budget, how we are becoming environmentally and socially sustainable.
Where: Minim Cove Park, lower gate at the end of Fairbairn street.
Time: From 9am to 12noon.
What to bring: Water bottle, hat, hopefully a rain jacket.
Morning tea and tools supplied!
Be part of it!