Flowers help brighten Bull Creek pathways


Dr Dianne Jonas-Dwyer with Bhulu and Fiona Smith.
Picture: Jon Hewson    d475175
Dr Dianne Jonas-Dwyer with Bhulu and Fiona Smith. Picture: Jon Hewson d475175

DANISH author Hans Christian Andersen once wrote: “Just living is not enough. One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.”

Posing under threatening rain clouds last week, Diana Jonas-Dwyer and four-year-old Fiona Smith had two of those things.

Colourful flowers which line the pathway were planted by Dr Jonas-Dwyer’s husband to add vibrancy to what was previously just a bare space.

Mr Dwyer has finished two Bull Creek walkways, with a third underway.

Local mum Zoe Smith was impressed.

“It’s so beautiful,” she said. “Before it was just concrete and dirt, now it’s so much nicer and the smell is great.”

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