Another early morning foray into the streets. More dianella revoluta to add to a massed planting where so many plants were stolen in three separate events the week they went in.
Over several years I have planted saltbush into the gaps to keep the weeds down (now the saltbush is mounting a takeover bid!) and progressively propagated new plants to replace the ones that were stolen. This morning they went in like this, barey a spear shaped leaf above ground:
Some of those planted in the last two years look good:
And the original plantings are really successful.
Here is the mound of saltbush removed (half to the chooks and half to composting):
And at that point I decided it was prudent not to plant anything more and head home to deal with that pile of saltbush, recycle some rubbish and give the chooks something tastier. Dandelions, for example!