Plant thefts leave gardeners disappointed

Barbara and Frank Couacaud of Drouin Wooden Toys have urged those responsible for the thefts of entire plants from a garden established in Hemp Lane to stop.

Plant thefts have disappointed the gardeners responsible for beautifying Hemp Lane in Drouin. Barbara Couacaud, with assistance from others, decided to remove rubbish and thistles along the lane and replace it with about 50 metres of garden for the local

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Native garden takes shape

Exploring the new native garden, pond and dry creek bed at Ellinbank Primary School are students (back, from left) Eli Twining, Jim Thorne, Jetta McLachlan, Erika Reynolds, Georgie Allen-Walters, Pippi Angst, (front, from left) Archer Thorne, Kye Reynolds, Layla Parke, Thomas Moser and Blake Stone.

The first stage of a sensory garden has been completed at Ellinbank Primary School, with completion of a native garden, pond and dry creek bed. The broader project will incorporate sensory and creative elements around the art room as well

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