The Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery was established in 1995 and is run by Volunteers with the support of Sponsors. The nursery volunteers collect plant material from nearby remnant bushland and propagate for use by the Rozelle Bay and Callan Park Bushcare groups.
Annandale, June 2008
The Rozelle Bay and Callan Park Bushcare Groups use the Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery to propagate local provenance plants for reintroduction into Annandale and to fortify the remnant bushland in Callan Park.
The Logo by Kara Smith
Marghanita da Cruz's Exhibitor's ID for the ABC Gardening Australia Live 2001 Exhibition at Homebush (Sydney)
Sieve for separating seeds from Chaff; Tools used for weeding, pruning and planting tubestock; and Work gloves
Glycine Sp. Seed Pod -
Grevillea Sericia Split Pod - Echinopogan Casepitosus (Tufted Hedgehog Grass) - Xanthorea Sp. Seeds
(Grass Tree) - Banksia Sp. Seed Pods
Tubestock has been used very successfully in nursery projects. The small seedlings are able to establish good root systems. (Photographed 19 December 2008)
Pelargonium Australe(Native Storksbill, Wild Geranium) - Banksia Serrata (Old Man Banksia, Saw Banksia)
Acacial Linifolia (Flax Wattle) - Melaleuca Nodosa
Identification information to distinguish between Commelina cyanea (blue flowers), a native, and Tradescantia fluminesis (white flowers), a weed.
Commelina is a native of NSW and Queensland and Tradescantia is a native of South America.
Eco-Annandale 2009 marks 10 years of Annandale on the Web