Posts Tagged ‘mulch’

Gardening after the storm

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Watching the news reports showing the aftermath of Cyclone Yasi, I was amazed to see all those leafless trees still standing. Sure, they are stripped bare, but they are still standing. And no doubt within a few months they’ll be green with foliage again, and after a couple of years the forests will start to regain some of their normality, just like after Cyclone Larry.
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Green Side Up

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

MarcusWorking in a native plant nursery, I’ve heard of some pretty interesting ways people have killed their newly purchased native plants. Sometimes it’s due to not knowing what to do, while most times it’s actually due to kindness.

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Creating a Rainforest Garden with Australian Tropical Plants

Thursday, January 1st, 2004

This article is extracted form the Yuruga Newsletter
Vol 12 No 1
(January 2004).

The focus of this article is for gardeners in tropical Australia.
However, the basic principles apply for throughout Australia
with minor modifications for local conditions.

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