Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Filling in the Lagoon

Each year the City of Port Phillip supports residents in hosting a planting morning in the beds surrounding the oval. Each year more locally indigenous plants are added and the Reserve becomes more attractive with each passing year. Gather behind the cricket nets between 10 and 12 on Saturday. Tools provided byo gloves.
After planting report: Alice Turnbull reports: 'The range, diversity and complexity of sand-belt planting is remarkable and will grow into a gorgeous melange, an indigenous flower garden. ... Together we convey value, respect and care for our park, and, I believe, that does contribute to improving neighbourhood tone, attitude and appreciation.'

No comments: