OCCA’s Community Nursery is located at the Oxley Creek Catchment Centre, 9 Macdevitt Street, Coopers Plains. The nursery propagates local native seed to grow plants to enhance the bushland of the catchment.
As well as being available for Bushcare groups, the plants are for sale to the public at $1 – $2 per tubestock. Plants currently available include dianellas, lomandras, acacias, Broad-leaved paperbark (Melaleuca quinquenervia), and native violet (Viola hederacea).
Come and be involved!
The nursery is open to volunteers on Tuesday afternoons from 1:30 to 3:30 pm and Friday mornings from 8:30 to 10:30 am.
Have fun learning basic nursery skills including seed collection, seed propagation, pricking out, potting on and care of native seedlings. No prior experience necessary.
Learn how to propagate your own native seedlings using the OCCA seed to seedlings propagation guide Click Here!
Help the nursery by buying tubestock and donating clean paper bags, old envelopes, calico bags (any size), small gardening trowels, old buckets, propagation trays and tubes.
For more information contact:
Jill Ridgway – Nursery Facilitator
(07) 3345 5541