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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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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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