Fairfield’s Fabulous Residents
Council established the Fabulous Fairfield program as a way of thanking residents who take the time and effort to make our City beautiful.
Tonight we congratulate residents from Cabramatta, Canley Vale, Carramar, Greenfield Park and St Johns Park.
Gardeners have been very busy as all gardens this month are immaculate. Their hard work is paying dividends.
Fairfield City is looking spectacular with roses blooming in many gardens across the City. One resident’s garden has white standard roses with green pruned hedges, creating a spectacular colour contrast.
Residents are spending a great deal of time tending their gardens. One resident is so dedicated she uses scissors to trim the edges of her lawn.
Our Greenfield resident is fortunate to have a daughter as a horticulturist and uses her expertise to style the garden into a show piece. The assortment of flowers and colours make their garden an attractive display.
Organic and sustainable practices are widely used by the residents and this is mirrored in the assortment of flowers and colours making gardens an attractive display throughout our City.
Late blooming in vegetable gardens and fruit trees reflects the dedication and care that this month’s winners are taking.
I would like to congratulate the recipients of the February Fabulous Fairfield awards as the standard this month has been very high.
Tonight, our Fabulous Fairfield residents will receive a native plant grown by the Fairfield Community Native Plant Nursery volunteers. More than 190 different native plants are grown by this group of volunteers, who are based at our Nalawala Urban Sustainability Hub.
Councillors, would you please join me in congratulating tonight’s winners of the Fabulous Fairfield program.
MAYOR OF FAIRFIELD CITY
24 February 2015