EVENT: Centenary gardening activity, as part of UWA EnviroFest
|Centenary gardening activity, as part of UWA EnviroFest : Help plant a garden bed of the UWA Centenary plant, the beautiful and native Hakea.
Join UWA Horticulturalist Mark Corbett and UWA Friends of the Grounds in creating a Centenary planting on UWA grounds.
Native plant species, Hakea is the official centenary plant for UWA.
Mark and FOG will lead you in an easy planting activity where you'll learn more about this native plant and how to ensure it thrives.
You'll also be contributing to a more beautiful campus.
The event will be held as part of the UWA EnviroFest, during UWA Sustainability Week.
Numbers are limited. Bookings are essential to Trish Howard (of UWA Sustainable Development)
Equipment, including gloves will be provided. Please wear closed in shoes, sun protection and some form of eye protection (glasses and sunglasses are ok).
UWA Horticulturalist Mark Corbett and UWA Friends of the Grounds
Meet at the large fig tree on Oak Lawn, behind the event stage
: 6488 7540
Tue, 19 Mar 2013 11:30
Tue, 19 Mar 2013 12:30
RSVP is required.
Trish Howard <[email protected]>
Tue, 09 Apr 2013 13:21
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