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FREE native plant giveaway to households in City of Prospect

This year for National Tree Day (2 August 2020) Planet Ark are encouraging people to plant shrubs and trees in their own backyards.

City of Prospect's Native Plant Giveaway provides packs of 10 native plants to local residents to improve the sustainability of their gardens. Each pack contains a variety of local native plants which are drought tolerant and provide a source of food and habitat for local wildlife.

It's a great way to improve your garden as well as contribute towards preserving biodiversity across the region.

How to get your free plant pack

Complete the Eventbrite registration form. We anticipate the giveaway will ‘sell out’, plants will not be available to collect on the day if you have not registered through Eventbrite.

On the collection day – Monday 27 July - plants will be available for collection from Vine Plaza, next to Payinthi, between 8am – 6pm.

Please bring your own box or container to carry your plants home.

You will need to provide proof of residency with either a rates notice or a valid licence at the time of collecting the plants.

About the free plant packs

Plant packs will include 10 local native species pre-selected by staff, each pack will include a combination of shrubs, local wildflowers and grasses. Plants provided in the giveaway are locally sourced and grown by Provenance Indigenous Plants.

Terms and conditions

  • Limit of one pack per household.
  • Open to City of Prospect residents only.
  • To be eligible, you will need to present proof of residency within the City of Prospect with a current rates notice or licence. This will be required to be presented at the time of collecting the plant packs.

Plant stocks are limited and registrations will remain open until plant stock runs out. Council will not be held responsible if you are unable to obtain a pack due to the unavailability of stock. Registrations essential.

For more information contact Diane Salvi, Environment and Sustainability Officer,