Gardening in a warming world

Gardening in a warming world is a challenge for all of us.

‘Hotter, drier and less predictable: Your garden and climate change’ is an informative 30 minute presentation by local horticulturalist Fleur Stelling. The recording was made during a Zoom webinar on 17 June 2020, hosted by Gardens for Wildlife Albury-Wodonga.

View the recording by clicking here or on the image below.

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For additional details and clickable links to the websites mentioned, we recommend Fleur’s accompanying notes

One Reply to “Gardening in a warming world”

  1. One thing that really concerns me not mentioned in the very extensive overall coverage of gardening in a warming climate was provision of wildlife corridors. Not an easy thing to achieve if relying on private landholders to think and act to achieve these things. This is dependent on a rare United community philosophy focused on applied science! For wont of a better description! Perhaps there should be landscaping requirements for developers to make more than token public spaces specifically incorporated in planning requirements with a focus on providing native bush plantings to enable native birds and animals to safely move and link.
    There are flocks of Kangaroos now congregating around the Borella Road and Corries Road displaced by Thurgoona expansions.

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