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Butterfly & Native Bee Workshop

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Butterfly & Native Bee Workshop

Time: August 15, 2009 from 9am to 12pm
Location: Jane Street, West End. Alongside Davies Park, between Montague Road & Riverside Drive
Street: Jane Street
City/Town: West End
Website or Map:…
Phone: Spiral Community Hub: 3844 7733
Event Type: informative, workshop, butterflies, native, bees, gardening
Organized By: Jane Street Community Garden email:
Latest Activity: Aug 4, 2009

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Join Frank, one of Australia's leading experts on butterfly plants for a magical morning at the Jane Street Community Garden. Frank will enlighten you about the small creatures of the world, along with their needs and life-cycle in your garden. Learn how to recognise and grow a number of butterfly host plants and discover which butterflies depend on them. Find out how you can provide homes for Australian Native Bees and why they are vital to a dynamic, sustainable garden. Be delighted with the range of beautiful butterflies you can attract to your own garden or neighbourhood. Cost: $15. Bookings essential. Call Spiral on 3844 7733 or email:

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