Last of the autumn guerilla plantings

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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.

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Saltbush going in beside the tram bridge and bike path.

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

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

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

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Filed under Eucalypts, Neighbourhood pleasures

3 responses to “Last of the autumn guerilla plantings

  1. I hope your plantings thrive.

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  2. Susan

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

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