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Blooms to beautify Taree CBD

Acclaimed horticulturalist Meredith Kirton worked side-by-side with Tidy Up Taree organiser, Graham Brown (right) and Ted Hunt to transform parts of Taree’s central business district. She is set to return to contribute to the landscaping makeover of Victoria Street.FLOWERS will line and bloom in the main street of Taree as part of the “Civic heArt” beautification project that will transform Victoria Street in November.
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Acclaimed horticulturalist Meredith Kirton will return to work with Tidy Up Taree volunteers on November 28 and 29 to co-ordinate the design and construction of garden beds that will be planted out with flowering plants and annuals.

It will be the second time Meredith has contributed to the Tidy Up Taree campaign and according to organiser, Graham Brown “it is wonderful that we are able to have Meredith on board with her skills and experience.”

Meredith is the author of acclaimed publications, ‘Dig Deeper’, ‘Harvest’, ‘Dig’, ‘Plot’ and ‘An Hour in the Garden’ and her professional experience also includes gardening editor for Sunday Life in the Sun-Herald and Australia’s ‘House and Garden’ magazine.

She has also regularly contributed to the lifestyle magazines such as ‘Better Homes and Gardens’, ‘Gardening Australia’, ‘Home Beautiful’ and ‘Inside Out’. She has also worked on top-rating television shows such as ‘Ground Force’, ‘Burke’s Backyard’ and ‘Gardening Australia’. She also regularly appears on ABC radio as a gardening expert.

So it is with this substantive experience that Meredith will design a landscape of garden beds that will “add colour and beauty to our main street,” explains Graham.

Graham recently met with Greater Taree City Council staff to discuss the concept of varying landscaping in the main street to try to create an environment that was beautiful as well as functional.

Initially, he says the proposal of the Tidy Up Taree team was to create mounded areas of grass throughout the main street that would provide spaces for people to sit and children to play, but that concept has now been altered to incorporate garden beds that will bloom with flowers.

“We want colourful flowers, annuals even! Who knows, in time we may even spell words with flowers,” Graham laughed.

Graham says Meredith’s return to Taree will contribute more to the Tidy Up Taree campaign than just horticultural design advice.

“She’s remarkable, her enthusiasm is infectious and I know that people who work with her can’t help but get excited about what can be done,” Graham explained.

Graham is also keen to boost the number of Tidy Up Taree volunteers and is asking people to consider giving some of their time to work on Friday, November 28 or Saturday, November 29.

For further information and to register as a Tidy Up Taree volunteer visit the website www.tidyuptaree南京夜网.au

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