Pollinator Link display for events

By: Michael Fox

Purpose built portable Pollinator Link® now available for Community Nurseries, catchment groups, Community Gardens, Habitat Brisbane Bushcare events, schools, etc.







Customise display with laminated signs

The display is lightweight, easily transported and quickly customised with a local Pollinator Link® corridor map and hung with plants available at the Community Nursery or being planted at the Bushcare site.

Customise with Pollinator Link® plant signs to match the plants being sold in the nursery or being planted at the Bushcare site. The plant signs focus on Food and Shelter and include photos of pollinators attracted to each plant.


Hang plants and plant / hose as required

What pollinator plants are for sale in your nursery?
Tubestock and spacesaver hangers are available to hang plants you want to promote with relevant sign. Larger pots can be displayed on the shelves.

Of course you will need to water the plants so the display is designed to get wet when plants are watered or if it rains at an event.

Consider talking to your Habitat Brisbane Officer about plants to give away at your Bushcare plantings so participants can start building their Pollinator Link® garden at home.



Plant sign Native WisteriaPlants can be provided with the display if required.

Plant signs attach to the display with velcro and are colour coded to help plant selection to suit site, for example, Verge Gardens.

Supported by Bulimba Creek Environment Fund.

About Mt Gravatt Environment Group

Mt Gravatt Environment Group is restoring a unique piece of Australain native bushland only ten minutes from Brisbane CBD.
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