This is not just about Council “getting rid” of end of season stock it is acknowledgement by council of the good work our group has done and a means of supporting our effects.
There will be four of us at the working bee tomorrow but with this number of plants to plant out a few extra hands would be good. I know most of you have a job to go to but those that don’t and have a free morning it would be good to see you.
We meet at the St James side of the walk bridge at 8.45am (or when you can make it). Bring a spade (smaller the better) and a garden trowel. Some plants are quite small, and a drink & morning tea for yourself.
Coprosma grandifolia Rauekau x 25
Coprosma tenuicalis Swamp Coprosma x 2
Coprosma propinqua Mingimingi x 30
Geniostoma rupestre Hangehange x 23
Kunzea ericoides Kanuka x 7
Coprosma rhamnoides Red fruited Karamu x 15
Beilschmiedia tawa Tawa x 5
Alectryon execelsus Titoki x 10
Aristotelia serrata Wine Berry Makomako x 1