Woody Weeds Working Bee (21.02.2010)

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Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) is a serious woody weed of Mt Majura which is spread mainly by birds but also by foxes which eat the fruits. Distinguished by the red fleshy fruits (pomes) and leaves with toothed lobes (Photo: W. Pix).

Join the Friends of Mount Majura and the Watson Woodland parkCare groups to tackle woody weeds at the lower northwest slopes of Mount Majura. Our target weeds will be regrowth of Hawthorn and Briar Rose.
When: Sunday, 21 February 2010, from 8.00 am to 12.00 noon
Where: Meet at the nature park entrance off Antill Street opposite Carotel south of the Australian Heritage Village (view map)
Bring and wear: sun protection, appropriate shoes and body-covering clothing.
Equipment, tea and coffee will be provided
Enquiries: phone 6247 7515, e-mail to admin@majura.org

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Briar Rose (Rosa rubiginosa) Photo: W.Pix

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