Native gardens at Scottsdale Reserve

Published 31 Aug 2014 
about  Scottsdale Reserve  
The main garden now that its established.<br/> The main garden now that its established.
The toilet garden now that its established.<br/> The toilet garden now that its established.
The main garden when first planted.<br/> The main garden when first planted.
The toilet garden being planted.<br/> The toilet garden being planted.
The pathway to the toilet planting.<br/> The pathway to the toilet planting.
A working bee at the bottom garden.<br/> A working bee at the bottom garden.

At Scottsdale Reserve in late 2010 native gardens were started with volunteers giving their time for half a day every fortnight.

The main purpose was to beautify the shed area and toilet block, but the garden has also proven a great learning tool and source of seeds.

Here are some pictures of the garden in the preparation stages and follow-up pictures.

The toilet garden now that its established.<br/> The toilet garden now that its established.
The main garden when first planted.<br/> The main garden when first planted.
The toilet garden being planted.<br/> The toilet garden being planted.
The pathway to the toilet planting.<br/> The pathway to the toilet planting.
A working bee at the bottom garden.<br/> A working bee at the bottom garden.