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Wire Espalier lemon tree. Loving this walkway

Espalier made easy - Sunset Magazine

Another ground cover flowering plant that does well in Australian climates, and is also good for allergy sufferers.

Banksia ~These Australian wildflowers and popular garden plants are easily recognized by their characteristic flower spikes and fruiting "cones" and heads.

Australian wattle. Our national floral emblem.

Our national floral emblem. ALL OF THE ACACIA! Especially the flowering kind up along the boundary of the road near the creek

[INFOGRAPHIC] Top 10 Native Australian Foods You Need In Your Kitchen | 1 Million Women

Australian bush foods are rarely seen in shopping baskets or on restaurant menus, but this is starting to change in Australia and around the world. A 1 Million Women special infographic.

Meyer Lemon Trees: 7 Secrets for Loads of Fruit

Meyer Lemon Trees: 7 Secrets for Loads of Fruit

Olive trees, ‘Olea europaea,’ are the oldest fruit trees and certainly are one of the most important fruit trees in history. Olive tree culture has been closely connected to the rise and fall of Mediterranean empires and o

Lime tree tips - I am thinking about digging up my lime trees and putting them in a pot.

Lime Tree Care - Tips For Growing Lime Trees

By Julie Christensen Lime trees are among the most cold-sensitive of all citrus trees, growing outdoors only in warm, mild climates. But, you don’t have to live south of zone 9 to grow lime trees i.

An extremely vigorous vine, passionfruit (Passiflora edulis) is native to South America, and is the national flower of Paraguay. It has striking white and purple flowers that are produced before the fruit, and the vine climbs by means of tendrils that twine around a support. The fruit, which can be purple, red or golden, is full of goodness and low in kilojoules. It contains vitamin C, B vitamins riboflavin and niacin, plus fibre, iron, phosphorus and potassium.

Tips For Growing Passionfruit

An extremely vigorous vine, passionfruit (Passiflora edulis) is native to South America, and is the national flower of Paraguay. It has striking white and purple flowers that are produced before the fruit, and the vine climbs by means of tendrils that twine around a support. The fruit, which can be purple, red or golden, is full of goodness and low in kilojoules. It contains vitamin C, B vitamins riboflavin and niacin, plus fibre, iron, phosphorus and potassium.