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Finger Limes loving the shade – Citrus australasica

My friend has the magic touch when it comes to growing all things edible and so of course her fingers limes are abundant in the Autumn ūü§©. She has two varieties one is Citrus australasica ‘Rainforest Pearl’, a grafted form. Read more ›

The very versatile Lomatia myricoides

I have been wanting to tell you all about the River Lomatia for some time but have been waiting to find some fully grown shrubs to photograph and I finally found them on my recent Summer trip to ¬†Mount Kosciuszko. Read more ›

One for that difficult damp spot: Bauera rubioides

This is Dog Rose one of the few native plants with a likeable common name ūüėȬ†Bauera rubioides grows happily in those moist positions in sun or shade where other native plants rot or succumb to fungal diseases. It makes a Read more ›

Portfolio: Connells Point Consults

I had the pleasure today of revisiting some regular clients in Connells Point for some follow up advice. I first began helping with this garden in 2013 and then planted and weeded some areas that were more difficult to get Read more ›

Native ginger: Alpinia caerulea ‘Red Back’

This is native ginger, Alpinia caerulea¬†‘Red Back’, planted in an internal courtyard, doesn’t it look beautiful? It had been recently cleaned out and cut back as it was a bit too happy. It has naturally arching canes that form a Read more ›