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Welcome to the Plants of Sydney website. This site aims to enable locals and visitors to identify some of the most common and conspicuous species of native plants around the Sydney metropolitan area. As new plants have been added recently, more have come from a wider range of areas, with most of the photographs taken in the Ku-ring-gai Chase, Royal National and Lane Cove National Parks, the most magnificent Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden, Sydney Harbour National Park and the UTS Ku-ring-gai Campus. Click on one of the lists on the left hand side of the screen to follow links. If you think names are incorrect or outdated, please send me an E-mail. P.S.
AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE: March - April buy if available STRAWBERRY GROWING INFORMATION © Frances Michaels BOTANICAL NAME: Fragaria x ananassa FAMILY: Rosaceae, the rose family For the home gardener, being able to harvest bowlfuls of fresh, juicy, organic strawberries early in the morning for breakfast is a great motivator but keep in mind if there are kids involved, very few may actually make it back to the kitchen.
words Jennifer Stackhouse Discover how to grow your own delicious strawberries. People swear strawberries don’t taste as sweet as they used to, tomatoes have no flavour and roses lack perfume. While some people do lose their sense of taste and smell, for most of us growing our own is guaranteed to put the flavour back into fruit and the scent back into roses.
Lucerne, also known as alfalfa, is a perennial legume in the pea family cultivated as a forage crop.Lucerne has a high feed value, and is therefore a popular crop in dairying businesses, either as hay, silage or in a grazing situation. The lucerne plant has a deep root system, with tap roots extending as far as 4.5 meters below the surface.
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Jeanette insects chewing lillypily I have 15 small lilypily trees,they have been in the ground for about 2 years,they are not growing at all, and they are full of chewed leaves. Do you think it might be caterpillars? How do I fix it. Thanks
Ah, where to start with the humble, but wonderful, Lilly Pilly! Of the 5 hedge plants on our “Common” list Lilly Pillies are the only natives, so if that’s a pre-requisite, it’s hard to look past them. One could probably establish an entire website on Lilly Pillies alone as you can find varieties that can be easily kept to 1m, to those that can get to 10m like Acmena Smithii “Goodbye Neighbours”. Just about all of the Syzygium and Acmena species have copper to cherry red new growth.