Sunday, 10 August 2014

August meeting in Kadina

Our NYP meeting on Thursday 14th was most interesting despite our invited speaker being unable to attend at the last minute.

Some of us had questions about suitable plants for our gardens and got some good advice. Lots more grevilleas and eremophilas are likely to be planted.

I wonder what will thrive in gaps in a paved walkway.  The spaces will get lots of summer sun, so the plants will need to be very tough. What do you reckon would be good? 

The conversation about conservation and growing local vulnerable endangered species will hopefully produce some more action on our parts. It will be interesting to identify some of the plants on our walk through Rocky Bend on Thursday morning. 

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