Have you been keeping your eyes peeled for more information about that strange shape on the ground next to the library.
Well here is a clue, can you guess what is happening?
Not all sunflower petals are yellow. There are more than 60 varieties of sunflowers that live across the world--some of these varieties have striped petals. Some sunflowers also have different interior shades.
Inside of a sunflower, it is actually made from smaller flowers; the outer petals are known as ray florets. The seeds in the middle have male and female sex organs and can produce seeds. They self-pollinate or attract pollen from wind and accents.
Got a sunflower that no longer has seeds on the inside? You can use the head of the sunflower as a natural scrubbing tool!
The sunflower is the only flower with the word "flower" in its name.
Keep an eye out this weekend for more information.
Get It Cheap Monster Sale
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School Holiday Activities
Looking for free activities for the family this school holidays?
Then make your way down to Aldinga Central this school holidays, with a range of different FREE activities for Children of all ages there is something for everyone.
Aldinga Library Sky Watch
Do you have some future astronomers in your household?
Aldinga Community Library are holding a Skywatch Night time Sky Viewing to celebrate the 2017 International Astronautical Congress. Bring your little ones down to view the beautiful night sky in all its glory.
The Sky viewing will be held on the grass opposite the Library at Aldinga Central Shopping Centre Thursday 28th September 7pm till 8pm.
This is a free event however bookings are essential, please follow the link to the eventbrite page to register.
Studio 20 Re Opening
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