Project G7

This was one of our first pavement conversions for a wildlife corridor. The project was started in March 2008 with the planting of a number of trees with a view to removing most of the lawn in the future to be replaced with insect, amphibian and reptile friendly plants.

This project promoted plenty of interest from neighbours who readily accepted drought-hardy, water-wise, indigenous plants for their own gardens. The pavement opposite has also been completed (see Project G14) and we now hope to complete a few more pavements up the street in order to complete a full corridor.

Before image

From grass verge...

After image wildlife paradise!

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

Please help... This worthwhile community project needs your help to keep it alive. We cannot provide the labour, equipment and consumables without your assistance. Please help us where you can...


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