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Monthly Archive for May, 2017

From here and there.

The native garden in autumn is still colourful with some very nice plants in flower, for example this crowea which we believe is Cane’s hybrid. One of our newest grevilleas used to be known as Grevillea thelemanniana var. preissii, but has been raised to specific rank, Grevillea preissii, with two sub species,  preissii, and glabrilimba. […]

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As the weather becomes colder, general nature photos are getting harder to come by, but the seeking eye can still discover subjects of interest. A wander at Bellbird Corner with the macro lens on the camera gave one opportunity on the little native geraniums that are still in flower. Native bees are hard to find […]

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