Happy New Year Wishes 2018 Messages Collection

We as a whole know how much our folks love and think about us each snapshot of life, even we cherish them similarly. Be that as it may, as our lives get caught up with running behind our objectives some of the time we regularly disregard our adorable guardians. We generally need to express our folks the amount we cherish them however because of riotous schedules frequently denied us the odds of communicating them. Gratefully certain events give us the opportunity to approach our folks and family and an opportunity to express them the amount we cherish them by devoting New year Wishes 2018.

Happy New Year Wishes 2018 Messages Collection

For every last little girl and child fathers are their good examples and furthermore most import individual in their lives. They just who genuinely care and attempt best to shield from each issue whatever comes in the way. Soon the unique event of New year influence feels to father exceptional by communicating him by composing a card, or email or sending him instant messages.

As we as a whole know this upbeat event of New Year comes once in a year. So don’t miss the opportunity to express your folks the amount you adore and watch over them just by basically sending them a New Year Wishes. The expectation this article will remind you to make new year wishes to guardians and fulfill them feel.

When the Mid-night Bell Rings tonight,
let It Signify New And Better Things 4 U,
Let It Signify A Realisation Of All Things U Wish for.
wishing you A Very Happy New Year 2018

Here’s hoping that the New Year with it brings
A lot of cheer and all good things
Also hoping that the year brings with heaps of good fun
And extra kick to help out with your resolutions
Happy New Year 2018

All the moments spent with our friends,
We have to say bye,
Happiness doesn’t end,
Get ready for excess joy.
Happy New Year in Advance

Lets celebrate this blissful, cheerful,
colorful New year. with a smile.
Wish you Happy new year.
Wishing you a fabulous 2015

with full of great achievements and experiences.
A meaningful chapter waiting
to be written HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I wish this year has lesser disasters,
lesser hate, lesser accidents
and loads of love.
Happy New Year.

All my wishes, all my hopes,all my dreams, and mostly all my love for a Happy New Year.

May each day of the coming year Be vibrant
and new bringing along Many reasons for
celebrations & rejoices. Happy New Year!

Oh my Dear, Forget ur Fear,
Let all ur Dreams be Clear,
Never put Tear, Please Hear,
I want to tell one thing in ur Ear
Wishing u in advance a very “Happy NEW YEAR“!

Plant of the Month – April 2016


(Austrostipa elegantissima)

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(Photo: E. Cousins, Cape Jervis; feathery fronds overhanging another bush, plant in full bloom in November)

Looking for a showy, clumping grass for a coastal garden? This one is a beauty when in bloom, normally from August to January, because of its misty look. It is a perennial, tufted native grass, growing up to 1m tall from a small rhizome underground. It often likes to grow near shrubs whose foliage will help support the flower stems and the narrow (up to 3mm) leaves, as in the first photo above. The open, diffuse flower heads seem to shimmer in sunlight, because of the long silky hairs on them (see 1st photo again). The flowers have a long, bent stalk, tipped with a bristle (or awn); the stalk itself has one very pronounced bend, and another less obvious second one. This arrangement helps the seed to bury itself in the ground, after clusters of the seed heads are dispersed by being blown off in the breeze.

Weed of the Month – April 2016


(Agapanthus praecox subsp. orientalis)


(Photos: E. Cousins; leaves and habit, 6-petalled  blue flower, three-sided fruits.)

Here’s another fence-jumper!  This is a really hardy garden plant, with long, dense strappy leaves the whole year round, a tuberous/rhizomous root system, and lovely, lanky 1m flower stems that abound in summer. Low maintenance, showy, grows just about anywhere, drought resistant…no wonder they are so popular! Each flower stem produces up to 100 blue or white bell-shaped flowers; each flower can produce a three-sided fruit, and fruits can produce 20-100 viable seeds …that’s a lot of seeds per plant, to be spread on coastal winds! So please, dead-head the flower stems when the fruits are green (or earlier) before this lovely plant becomes another problem for the coastline!! Alternatively, buy hybridized cultivars that set very little seed e.g. miniatures, or Queen Mum.

Carolyn’s Corner – April 2016

Carolyn’s Corner – April 2016 

Local seed is best – or is it? An accepted dogma is that seed sourced locally is best for revegetation. But what is local? 10 km along the coast from Cape Jervis is very different from 10 km inland. A researcher from Adelaide University, Prof Andy Lowe, and his team have suggested that using 10-20% of seed sourced from hotter and drier areas could produce habitats with greater resilience in the face of increasingly variable weather patterns/climate change. Their reasoning is that this will promote biodiversity and prevent the “fixation” of adaptations to past environments. To read more, see the Oct 2015 edition of ReLeaf magazine (http://www.treesforlife.org.au/resources/our-publications).

Plants in the Cape Jervis area are often smaller and more drought tolerant than their Adelaide Hills counter parts, so perhaps sourcing seed from a coastal region further afield may be good for species such as the “critically endangered” Hibbertia pallidiflora. These two plants were photographed at Lands End Jan 23 (left) and were doing it really tough. February rains brought an amazing recovery for these two plants (23rd Feb), but will they be so lucky during the next drought?   


Next get together, 2 & 3 Apr 2016. Training & great cakes provided.

We welcome new volunteers.  Contact Carolyn Schultz 0448 909 881.