Posts Tagged Nell Carr

Botanical quandary nears resolution

Botanical quandary nears resolution

A LONG TERM project to label plants in the extensive garden at the Great Western

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In the garden with Nell Carr

In the garden with Nell Carr

NOVEMBER IS the month when all the hard work in the perennial beds comes to

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In the garden with Nell Carr

In the garden with Nell Carr

DELORAINE MARKET is a treasure trove for gardeners. The accompanying picture illustrates the point.  The

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In the garden with Nell Carr

In the garden with Nell Carr

COLOURS OF most winter flowering plants tend to be muted. One exception is the Pineapple

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In the garden with Nell Carr

In the garden with Nell Carr

THE GENERAL opinion on bumble bees (Bombus terrestris) appears to be that their effect in

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In the garden with Nell Carr

In the garden with Nell Carr

THERE ARE about 2000 different species of Euphorbias, from the prickly monsters of Africa to

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In the garden with Nell Carr

In the garden with Nell Carr

TOMATO SEEDS will germinate in a week if sown in trays of moist seed raising

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In the garden with Nell Carr

In the garden with Nell Carr

PUMPKINS IN winter storage should be regularly monitored for signs of rot, particularly in the

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In the garden with Nell Carr

In the garden with Nell Carr

IN ORDER to preserve water quality on stream side reserves, and to prevent erosion, landholders

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Van Diemen’s feathered tribes

Van Diemen's feathered tribes

RATHER THAN a comprehensive catalogue of Tasmanian birds, Sarah Lloyd’s latest publication, The Feathered Tribes

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