Last of the autumn guerilla plantings


I got home from a work a little early thanks to a lift from a friend, and decided to get out into the neighbourhood while it was still light.


Saltbush going in beside the tram bridge and bike path.


Wattles and more saltbush going in on the other side of the tram bridge in a particularly desolate patch as the light fades.


I came home with one bucket full of empty pots, gloves and rubbish, and the other full of fallen leaves.


Just enough time to plant beetroot in the back garden and admire the lemon scented gum over the back fence.


Filed under Eucalypts, Neighbourhood pleasures

3 responses to “Last of the autumn guerilla plantings

  1. I hope your plantings thrive.


  2. Susan

    Sorry I been ‘neglecting’ you…… computer DIED DEAD. ARGH


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