City of Subiaco - Native plant subsidy scheme
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Native plant subsidy scheme
Friday 29 April 2016

Did you know that planting local native species enhance the biodiversity in the area?

The city, in partnership with the Western Suburbs Regional Organisation of Councils (WESROC), is offering households and businesses within the City of Subiaco up to eighty local native plants for their verge and garden at the subsidised price of $1.50 each.

Plants on offer include trees, shrubs, sedges and ground covers, with popular native plants such as kangaroo paws and grevilleas just some of the beautiful species available.

Plants are available at APACE Nursery between Monday 2 May and Saturday 30 May. To take advantage of this generous offer, present APACE staff with proof of City of Subiaco residency (driver’s license, utility bill etc.).

APACE Nursery, 1 Johannah Street, North Fremantle
Opening hours:

8.30am to 3.30pm (Monday to Friday)
9am to 12pm (Saturdays)


Benefits of native plants

Native plants require little water or fertiliser once they are established, which makes them the perfect choice for establishing a hardy but beautiful garden and verge at your home.
For more information regarding the city's verge programs, including home gardening tips, visit the trees and verges page.