Did you know you can get 4 native plants from Brisbane City Council absolutely free?
It’s part of Council’s Free Native Plants Program and is a special offer from Council to make it that bit more easier to grow your garden and beautify your property.
In order to make good on the offer, you’ll need to have built a brand new home in one of the following suburbs:
Eight Mile Plains
Fig Tree Pocket
So how do you get your free native plants?
Since it’s a new home, you’ll need to have placed an order to Council for a new recycling bin and you’ll then receive a letter with an invite to participate in free native plants program. Visit Council, a Council Library or Council Ward Office with your letter and staff will assist you further.
We wrote about this in more detail in our article on how to get free native plants in Brisbane.
There’s a wide range of participating nurseries in the native plants program for you to choose from.
North Brisbane Trees supports the planting and growing of native plants. It helps strengthen our local identity as a region and keeps out alien/invasive plant species that can be devastating to local flora and fauna. Planting native plants means less maintenance as they have adapted to local conditions and know how best to thrive in it. It’s also the best way to ensure local ecosystems grow even stronger.
If you need advice or help with any trees on your property, call the tree service experts at North Brisbane Trees on (07) 3289 3610.