Today we undertook some more planting in the South Gully. As we have now got some trees and plants in position, the plan for further planting is much clearer.
So the second major round of planting was done today.
Today we continued to plant out the South Gully on our path to returning it to a Rainforest state.
Weather and lack of rain have slowed us down a little, but with showers predicted for a few weeks we can get on with the planting.
As we have cleared areas of the property that have been neglected over the last 5-6 years, we have seen more and more of the native plant species return.
The most remarkable has been the Maidenhair Fern(Adiantum atroviride) that appeared in massive numbers as we cleared away grass tussocks on the south and protected side of the house hill.
Today we moved further down the South path into the South Gully and continued clearing.
Long overgrown grass and Lantana covered just about everything at the end of the path.