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SEEDY BUSINESS AT FREMANTLE ESPLANADE

Posted in city of fremantle, esplanade reserve, local government, trees, Uncategorized by freoview on December 13, 2019

 

 

Large parts of the Fremantle Esplanade reserve have been cordoned off because of the fear of large branches of the Norfolk Island pines falling down, after an unusual  growth of heavy seed pods, much further away from the tree trunks, is making the branches too heavy.

Contractors are on site to cut down branches and remove excessive seed pods. This is also happening at South Beach and Parmelia Park.

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  1. Craig said, on December 13, 2019 at 10:50 am

    Same heavy seed pods hazard growing on the pine at 2 High St (opposite Chalkys) …even a regularly used shady bench seat under the pine!

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