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Growing Natives with Success — Parks Week


Sat 7 Mar 2015, 2:00pm–5:00pm
Sat 14 Mar 2015, 2:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Tawatawa Reserve, Murchison Street, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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Growing Natives with Success — Open Days at SEA's Native Plant Nursery

The Southern Environmental Association (SEA) operates a Native Plant Nursery in Tawatawa Reserve, Murchison Street, Owhiro Bay. Plants from the nursery are planted in Tawatawa Reserve as part of a long-term restoration project. Since 1994, SEA volunteers have planted over 40,000 trees in the Reserve.

Come along and meet the volunteers working in the nursery, who will be happy to show you how plants are nurtured from seeds to small trees before being planted out in the Reserve. We can also offer some advice on what native trees will grow in the Owhiro Bay and Island Bay areas.

For more information, contact Jenny Hartley on For general information about SEA's work in Tawatawa Reserve, see SEA's Facebook page: Tawatawa-Reserve-SEA.

This event is being organised as part of Parks Week 2015. Parks Week is an annual celebration of the important role that our parks play in contributing to the health of our communities. A range of formal and informal events take place across Wellington and New Zealand during parks week - there is something for everyone!

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