Category Archives: Pollinator Link

Bushcare nursery thriving in backyard

  By: Michael Fox Greg Tasney’s passion for the environment and his generosity means that he has propagated more 1,000 plants for use in restoration of his Rocky Waterholes Bushcare site. Walking round garden I was amazed by the diversity of … Continue reading

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Water Plants for Containers

Water Plants for Containers If you have been inspired by Rob Lucas and his frog ponds download the excellent guide to water plants for small frog ponds from Native Plants Sunshine Coast.

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Urban wildlife oasis

By: Michael Fox Walking into Rob Lucas’ Pollinator Link® garden is like walking into an oasis for wildlife. Shady and cool it is also an oasis calm for people. Gardens like Rob’s, support the volunteer restoration work of groups like Melrose Park … Continue reading

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Coorparoo Urban Forest

By: Michael Fox Greg Neill’s Pollinator Link garden is an urban forest nestled on the edge of one of the appropriately named Coorparoo Finger Gullies. Greg’s garden has: Water provided with birdbaths and frog pond, Food, like the Red-fruited Palm-lily Cordyline … Continue reading

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Fourteen months to wildlife haven

By: Michael Fox Allison’s garden is a great example of a habitat haven created for wildlife and people. A typical suburban two-dimensional grass and dirt garden converted to a thriving wildlife habitat in just fourteen months. All without losing the … Continue reading

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Explore Bernadette’s Pollinator Link garden

By: Michael Fox Visiting the Pollinator Link garden of Bernadette and Len Crook is like an adventure in a botanic garden. Step through the front gate straight into an urban forest habitat supporting bird, butterflies and bees. The balcony provided … Continue reading

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Exploring Marie’s Pollinator Link Garden

  By: Michael Fox Explore Marie Hollingworth’s garden with me. Marie’s garden is part of the Corinda Creeks link creating mosaic habitat in Oxley Creek Catchment. Entering Marie’s Pollinator Link garden is an adventure in discovery: lizards, butterflies, moths, bees, … Continue reading

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