New "roll-out" grass has filled the spot previously occupied by agapanthus in a bed a little way up the street. One of the people working there said the costs had been met by the owners of the house facing the nature strip at this point, but the Council had agreed to the work.
Seems that if you have the money, the Council will allow you to have your way. But I guess if we're talking about agapanthus, the end may justify the means?I had hoped that this might lead to a lessening of the number of agapanthus in the area. But no, just down the street, there's a brand-new planting! Such is the wisdom of the Council: what the Council allows to be taken away, the Council gives back....?