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Everybody loves a grevillea.
The Grevillea Robyn Gordon has been a great favourite with Australian gardeners for many years because it can flower all year round, it is suited to dry conditions and can stand in the full sun. It can grow into a lovely 2m … Continue reading
Elsa Koala visits Moggill
On 22nd June the Land For Wildlife program (run by Brisbane City Council) hosted a breakfast at our place to to promote a deeper knowledge of koalas and to showcase our bush revegetation efforts. 30 or more people attended on a … Continue reading
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Off With Their Heads!
In May the Cocos Palms come down, all six of them, with a little help from family, friends and a great neighbour. Cocos Palms have become prolific since they were introduced from Brazil. The following website lists the many good … Continue reading
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