Thursday, May 29, 2008

The first planting

On Wednesday after school a group of students stayed behind to prepare the ground for today's (Thursday) planting. The ground was pretty hard to turn but we all got stuck and and got in well turned over. Addition of a few bags of compost made for a nice soil ready for planting.

Then today we gathered the plants that had been donated (thanks Colin MacPhersons, Oderings & Palmers) along with a number of plants we had grown up from seedlings in our Trees for Survival Unit. With the skies blue above us and the sun on our backs we planned and planted out our garden, transforming a once barren plot, to a beautiful native garden.

We can now look forward to the big Arbor Day planting on Sunday the 15th June when we will plant more of the Trees for Survival plants at Pit Park.

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