Guerilla gathering

Finally we are getting autumn leaves and not leaves that have fallen in the dry heat of summer, so I’ve been out collecting them from the gutters and byways.

Collecting ruby saltbush seeds…

Bladder saltbush seeds, now being collected from third generation guerilla plantings.

In my wanderings I found these around the bike path–it looks to me like another rebel for life has decided to commemorate the plants that died over summer. This one was between the railway and the street.

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  1. I’m so impressed with your local gardening actions. I tried it in my area, unfortunately the plants disappeared. I chose an area alongside a new housing development site where a lot of vegetation removal is occurring. I like the RIP tag. I might try that next!
    I discovered a university study to MAP dying trees; https://biocollect.ala.org.au/acsa/project/index/77285a13-e231-49e8-b212-660c66c74bac
    Hope you don’t have to log too many

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