St Joephs Indigenous Butterfly and Bee Garden is starting to take shape. The habitat boxes that were made with the assistance of the Point Nepean Mens Shed and the Preps have been installed. These were fill with interesting natural grasses and seed pods that will hopefully attract our native stingless bees to nest. The plants that have been selected for the garden are indigenous plants that attract the indigenous butterfly and bees. These insects will help in pollinating other plants and also increase and sustain our environments biodiversity.
This project has been funded by our 2021 Junior Woolworths Landcare Grant.

By St. Joseph’s Primary School (Sorrento)|2021-09-08T08:21:18+10:00September 8th, 2021|0 Comments