The annual commemoration of children born in the City of Kalamunda is held each July. Families will be invited to take part in a community planting day and help revegetate a local park or reserve where their child can play in the future. A plaque with
all baby’s names will be installed at the park. Families will receive their own tree to take home for planting, together with a personalised certificate for their children.
2022/2023 registrations are now closedKeep an eye out for updates on this page
Macadamia integrifolia 'Lotsa Nuts'Height: 4-5m Wide: 2.5-4m
A large dense shrub with attractive dark green leaves. Pendulous cream flowers in spring are followed by edible nuts surrounded by a shell and husk. Prune to shape and fertilise with a low phosphorus native fertiliser.
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Height: 1-2m Width: 1.5m
A dwarf growing variety of the popular Acorn Banksia. Perfect for gardens and landscapes, the dwarf variety still has trademark toothed foliage and large orange cone flowers in autumn.
Height: 1m Width: 1.5m
This medium evergreen shrub produces large brush flowers in yellow and pink. Establishes quickly and ideal for embankments and rockeries as well being suited to container planting. The flowers attract an array of native bird and insects and the flower
make excellent cut flowers. This is a well-known and good all-rounder for native and mixed Australian gardens.
Height: 50+cm - 1m Width: 1-1.2m
Tucker Bush - Midyim Berries are an attractive shrub with beautiful coloured foliage. Petite white flowers in Spring are followed by whitish berries with a sweet and tangy taste. Ideal for low hedges, and is suitable for containers.Tucker
Bush Safety: Read plant labels and also consult the www.tuckerbush.com.au website for specific plant information and preparation tips and instructions.
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.