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Thursday 27th February (The Community Show : 9.40am)

The topic of this interview is planting a garden to attract birds, bees, butterflies and animals.
Eve will talk about how you can encourage native wildlife and insects into your garden by selecting and planting wildlife-friendly species.

 


 

Thursday 5th March (The Community Show : 9.40am)

Rita will interview Robb Watt from the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden.
Robb will provide advice and direction on planning and planting to suit local conditions. If you are planning a new garden or re-establishing an existing garden, then this interview is not to be missed.

 


 

Thursday 12th March (The Community Show : 9.40am)

Rita will interview Jan Whittle from the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden.
Jan talks about planning and growing a native garden.
This interview is filled with hints and tips on planting and maintaining your native garden, as well as guidelines and examples that will help when selecting native plants for the garden. For those who already have a native garden, this interview will provide lots of ideas to bring the garden to its full potential.

 


 

Thursday 19th March (The Community Show : 9.40am)

Rita will interview Eve Colley from the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden.
Eve provides a personal insight into the amazing world of orchids.
This interview is filled with information about the types of orchids, their structure and characteristics, as well as how to keep your orchids thriving.

 


 

Thursday 26th March (The Community Show : 9.40am)

Rita will interview Eve Colley from the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden.
In this interview Eve talks about history and construction of the Botanic Garden Rainforest. Following on from this, Eve speaks about creating your own rainforest using her experiences as an example.
Concluding the interview, the discussion turns the importance of rainforests for medical research, the effect on climate and their importance to wildlife and insects.

 


 

 

 

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