Knowing where to start with plant identification is sometimes tricky, but with some local knowledge and manageable portions, it’s completely achievable. I recall learning key weed species 15 years ago … Continue reading Palms of SEQ
If you’re not eaten by a shark or crocodile there’s a seemingly endless list of venomous jellyfish, fish, shells and octopus lined up to sting and bite. Then, if you’re … Continue reading Stinging Trees: Plants that make you go hmmm…
Most properties in Land for Wildlife have a patch of bushland, swamp or forest as the main feature. Other owners are either enhancing their bushland through weeding and natural regeneration … Continue reading Veteran trees on Land for Wildlife properties
In keeping with this edition’s coastal theme, this article explores an ecosystem found along the coast of South East Queensland (SEQ). With its distinctive lowgrowing plants, salty muddy ground, and … Continue reading Unmuddying values of Coastal Saltmarsh
I own Land for Wildlife blocks at both Childers and in the North Burnett area. On a recent drive along a little used country road near Biggenden I noticed many … Continue reading Question: How do I propagate Rose Almond? Answer: With Patience!