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!
The word “brigalow” may be a familiar term to many Australians, but how many would know that it refers to a wattle tree and can be found an hour’s drive … Continue reading Ecosystem Profile – Brigalow Scrub
Grass trees, belonging to the genera Xanthorrhoea, have a fascinating and unique biology and are some of the most distinctive plants in Australian flora. Like all grasses, grass trees are … Continue reading Grass Trees – Monocots of Distinction
While walking on our property the other day, we were excited to come across a couple of what we believe to be ‘Pink Nodding Orchids’. We’d noticed the plant previously … Continue reading A Pink Nodding Orchid found at Jimboomba