Plants for Residents
18 May 2019 : 9:00 AM - 18 May 2019 : 12:00 PM
When: Saturday 18th May 2019 from 9am - 12pm
Venue: High Wycombe Community & Recreation Centre, 200 Newburn Rd, High Wycombe
When: Sunday 3rd June 2018 from 9am - 12pm
Venue: Gooseberry Hill Hall, 42 Ledger Rd, Gooseberry Hill
*** All City of Kalamunda residents are entitled to participate, including those renting. Species availability is subject to change. Some species may not be available on the day ***
City of Kalamunda residents are invited to come along and collect their FREE Plants in 2019 from High Wycombe or Gooseberry Hill! Residents are entitled to come to one event and collect their plants
Each eligible ratepayer will receive a total of 15 plants each for their property, however plants will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Unfortunately City staff cannot hold or deliver plants.
Whether you are looking to replace those water hungry plants in your yard, want to attract more birds to your garden or have removed a weedy creeper from your fence and want a slow growing native to replace it, come and choose from a selection of hardy, local native plants! Residents can collect 15x plants per rateable property, and will also be able to ask our knowledgeable staff questions about how and where to plant their selected plants.
Food Plants For Residents will be available again this year, so if you are looking to establish a winter garden, the time will be just right to get your garden going in preparation for a Spring harvest.
Residents will need to bring photo ID or equivalent (proof of address required), a container to put you plants into and be prepare to be in line for a short period, as the event is always quite popular. Kids are welcome - there will be FREE activities available.
City of Kalamunda - Environment Services
(08) 9257 9999
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.