Project G10

This is a wonderful project that has managed to get the local community involved in our gardens.

It is the continuation of the wildlife corridor from previous projects along the same road (Project G6, Project G8 and Project M5a).

We have left the middle of this area as open grass for a community gathering place.

The project was started in April 2016 and completed in June 2016.

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For a full picture diary of the garden please see the below.

Plant list

This project involves a large area (about 120m²) but the majority will be left as grass for a community meeting area. Below is a list of the majority of plants we have used and a count of how many went in, however, over time this will change as we get new plant donations that can help diversify the area. As this project is ongoing, the list will be updated regularly and does not contain the full list yet.

2 African Stinkwood (Celtis africana)
1 Monkey Thorn (Acacia galpinii)
1 Mountain Aloe (Aloe marlothii)
177 African Lily (Agapanthus praecox subsp. praecox)
212 Krantz Aloe (Aloe arborescens)
12 Yellow Wild Iris (Dietes bicolor)
4 Large Wild Iris (Dietes grandiflora)
26 Firesticks (Euphorbia tirucalli 'Firesticks')
110 Porkbush (Portulacaria afra)
24 Mother-in-law's Tongue (Sansevieria hyacinthoides)
22 Ribbon Bush (Hypoestes aristata)
92 Barberton Senecio (Senecio barbertonicus)
194 Snake Flower (Bulbine frutescens)
13 Miniature Pine Tree (Crassula tetragona)
28 Stapelia gigantea (Carrion Flower)
3 Aloe 'Rooibok' (hybrid)
13 Pig's Ear (Cotyledon orbiculata var. macrantha)
2 Chalk Fingers (Cotyledon orbiculata var oblonga)
17 Elk horns (Cotyledon orbiculata 'Elk Horns')
30 Crassula (Crassula spathulata)
62 Blue Pencil (Senecio cylindricus)
141 Bushveld Kalenchoe (Kalenchoe sexangularis)
33 Hen-and-chickens (Chlorophytum comosum)
1,333 Total plants (and counting)

Project contributions

Thank you to these people and companies that have helped to finance or assist on this project. If you would like to donate towards this project, please click the donation button below:

  • Warren & Noël Sidersky (clearing rubble and green waste)
  • for plant donations

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