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.
Details of the 2019/2020 Commemorative Planting Day will be uploaded soon.
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Persian LimeHeight: 4m Width: 4m
A bush, everygreen shrub with fragrant flowers during autumn and winter. Thrives in a warm, sunny, frost free position with well drained soil. Colour of the fruit is green and pale lemon/yellow at maturity. The fruit has a distinct lime flavour and a
moderate to high acidic level. The flesh at maturity is green and pulpy. Tahitian limes rarely have seeds and are excellent for growing in many areas of Australia.
Height: 3m Width: 3m
Is a hybrid citrus fruit - a cross between citron and a mandarin/pomelo.
The fruit is rounder than a true lemon, deep yellow with a slight orange tint when ripe and has a sweeter, less acidic flavour. Commonly grown in garden pots as an ornamental tree.A vigorous, evergreen shrub which is best grown in a sunny,
well drained, open position. Can be grown in large containers. Tolerates cool conditions and mild frosts.
LagerstroemiaHeight: 3m Width: 3mCoral Magic forms a beautiful rounded, dense shrub loaded with
salmon-pink flowers in early summer. The new foliage is glossy and reddish in color, eventually turning dark green. Like all the Magics, it has excellent resistance to leaf spot and powdery mildew.Best in a well drained and sunny position. Not
suitable for pots.
Hakea laurinaHeight: 3m Width: 2m
Suitable for planting as a hedge plant, individual shrub in a lawn or garden bed, or as a street tree. An upright shrub with a rounded top. The rounded pin-cushion flowers attract nectar feeding birds and the dense foliage encourages birds to nest. Not
suitable for planting in pots.