In the continuing series Images of Queanbeyan, here is proof that Queanbeyan, unlike Canberra, knows where to put the Petunias.
Earlier, we had sad proof that the ACT Government did not know where to put the Petunias. They put them up on poles, in bowls. And down they came.
The ACT Government needs to fund a fact-finding trip to Queanbeyan, to find out how it’s done.
[ED – I can’t see them lining up for that junket.]
You can put your Petunias in the main street, and that way the rampant traffic can keep them safe from marauders.
Petunia-harmers can visit these Petunias briefly, but they can’t spend too much time with them.
You can put your Petunias where they’ll be guarded by fierce palm-trees.
Or you can put them behind a special Petunia Fence.
And for an added layer of security, you can confuse the drunks and other Petunia Threats by hiding them in the Tulip Garden.
They’ll never find them there.