Inglewood Triangle - amazing bushland in the heart of suburbia

Clean Up Australia Day

A record crowd joined us for out third Clean Up Australia Day event on the March long weekend. 

We quickly cleared the rubbish from the perimeter and then cleared veldt grass away from the path.

The new comers to our efforts in Inglewood Triangle found us on the Clean Up Australia Day website.  

Thank you for your support.

Weeding starts in May

It's Time!  It has now cooled off enough to start weeding.  Also, the veldt grass has enjoyed the rain that we've had and is shooting away!
Come down any Sunday morning or Wednesday morning from 8 am and help. Your efforts will make a big difference to the Triangle.

Our weeding focus for 2013 are Zero tolerance for Carnation Weed and Black Flag; minimise the amount of Wild Radish, Fumeria, Gazania, Acacia longifolia, Pink Gladiolus and of course reduce veldt grass as much as we can!

Official Stuff
Our office bearers for 2013 are Cath Cooper as President; Christine Richardson as Treasurer; Christine Allbeury as Secretary and Mary Gray as committee member.  

Planting 2013
We are working with Murray and Stacey from the City of Stirling and with the Bush Ranger Cadets from Mount Lawley Senior High School for a major re-vegetation program in 2013.

Interpretive Signs for the Triangle
These are well in hand with the City of Stirling and we expect them to be installed in early Winter.

Membership of Friends of Inglewood Triangle
We are seeking a $5 membership from people interested in supporting our group.  Payment can be made via EFT to our bank account -  Westpac Account 036041/ 265907 – Friends of Inglewood Triangle.  Thank You!

Urban Bush Telegraph
To keep up with matters environmental, click this link to the Urban Bush Council's quarterly magazine

Weeding Times

We weed on Sunday mornings from 8 am and Wednesday mornings from 8 am. Meet us at the Eighth Avenue entrance.

Bring gloves, water and a hat if sunny, wear closed shoes and old clothes. We supply the bags and phytospray.
What's in flower now?

In this newsletter, we show some of plants putting on an autumn show.  The Banksias are magnificent and the pink Calytrix is stunning.

Left -  Acacia stenoptera
Above - Calytrix fraseri
Below - Banksia menziesii 

Reveg going well

The Acacia pulchella planted in 2011 at the northern end of Inglewood Triangle are flourishing.  

As you can see they have got to knee height, have survived a hard summer and look set to be a riot of yellow this spring.
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