Gnomesville looking more ‘green’

Nicole SalmeriSouth Western Times
Gnomesville is looking even more 'green' than usual after the Dardanup parks and environment team spent last week planting out 950 seedlings.
Camera IconGnomesville is looking even more 'green' than usual after the Dardanup parks and environment team spent last week planting out 950 seedlings.

Gnomesville is looking greener than usual after Dardanup Parks and Environment spent last week planting out seedlings.

Each seedling has been fitted with a protective green bag while it establishes and has created quite an interesting spectacle among the red gnome hats.

The planting is part of an ongoing process of improvement by the Dardanup Shire Council at the popular tourist spot.

The bags will be removed in summer, but in the meantime the council asks visitors to take care and to avoid damaging them.

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