This great initiative to green the City of Armadale is back on track after being postponed earlier in the year due to COVID-19.
Our gardens face long, hot, dry summers. They suffer water restrictions and an unpredictable climate. But you can have a garden that looks great, copes with our challenging climate and saves you money.
Choosing to grow native plants in your garden will benefit you, the local wildlife, and the environment. So take advantage of the City of Armadale’s native plants scheme, providing residents with seedlings suitable for the location of their residence for free.
No need to register just come along on the day to John Dunn Memorial Park, Kelmscott and speak to one of our experts about the best places to plant and how to care for your native garden. With over 7,000 seedlings to give away, there is a limit of 10 per household until stocks run out.
The native seedling species have been selected based on their long term growth potential and survival capacity to suit the local soil and climate. These species will grow well, establish quickly, be water wise and support our special wildlife.
Residents of the City of Armadale are asked to bring their own bags/box to carry the seedlings in and must bring photo ID (driver’s license/passport) and current proof of residential address to obtain their free plants.