Inglewood Triangle - amazing bushland in the heart of suburbia
Ghost fungus
(Omphalotus nidiformis)

Spring is Just Around the Corner

I know we haven't had much winter rain as yet, but Inglewood Triangle is starting to show its Spring colours. Although this is the 'quiet' time in the bush, there are many species coming into  flower. Look at today's images!

Revegetating the Triangle

Join the Bushranger Cadets from Mount Lawley Senior High School on Monday 29 July at 3.30 pm for our next planting session.  We have 400 plants to get into the ground and your help to guide the Cadets with their planting will be very welcome!


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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.
Hovea trisperma
Common hovea
What's on show now?

Today we show some of the winter flowering plants

Left     - Donkey orchid. Diuris longifolia
Above - Red Ink Sundew. Drosera erythrorhiza

Right  - Hibbertia heuglii

Lomandra nigricans

2013 Planting Program

Come down on Monday 29 July at 3:30 pm to help with our 2013 planting program. 

Many thanks to the City of Stirling and the Mount Lawley Senior High School bushranger cadets for their support of our local environment
Spatula Jelly
Dacrymyces aff. flabelliformis
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