Create urban bio-corridors
Planting roadside berms to create urban bio-corridors is an wonderful initiative from our friends at GreyLynn2030. We also spotted some beautiful berm planting in Sandringham. This is a great way to create biodiversity in front of your house that can be beneficial to bees and other important insects in our city and to meet your neighbours. To find out more about guidelines, suitable plants all you need to know to get started go on GL2030 website.
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