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Converting front lawn to wild life garden

PN
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Re: Converting front lawn to wild life garden

Thanks @MitchellMc . Post storm recovery, latest progress update, added some grasses, including some prickly moses and also some other ground cover grass. 

 

Bird population is increasing - honey eaters regularly visit the Kangaroo paws to eat nectar I presume, they also peck on the grasses ,The sparrow population are regular visitors now. Trying to attract lorikeets and the like. 

 

Plants pending planting include some more grasses and ground cover with flowers. 

 

 

 

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BradN
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Re: Converting front lawn to wild life garden

Nice one! Is there water in the bird bath? I need to top mine up as well. The wind evaporates so quickly...

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PN
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Re: Converting front lawn to wild life garden

Hi @BradN Brad true the water evaporates we top up every day. 

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