Finger limes are hardy plants that grow naturally in heavy shade in areas of high rainfall and at the forest edges where there is more sunlight. This allows it to thrive in full sun or shade, and they can tolerate light frosts. They grow well in pots or as impenetrable hedge due to their thorny nature. Grows best in fertile, well-composted soil. Fertilise lightly in spring with compost. Fruit will be best if the shrub is given frequent irrigation when the weather is warm, and kept on the…

Australian Finger Lime (Citrus australasica) Hardy plant that grows naturally in heavy shade areas of lowland subtropical rainforest in the coastal border region of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia.

Lemon Myrtle Backhousia citriodora Lemon Scented Myrtle Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 5 metres high x 4 metres wide. Deep green foliage with silver undersides. Has creamy, white fluffy clusters of flowers. Is great in domestic gardens as it is both fragrant and bushy to the ground. Leaves make a nice lemon tea.

The Lemon Myrtle, Backhousia citriodora, was in full bloom in the pa rk in December. It is found along the service road behind the dry rainf.

Randia Fitzalanii – Native Gardenia. Fantastic bush tucker rainforest tree, Australian native to 5m tall. White flowers with beautiful fragrance, followed by edible, sweet, yellow fruit. Light frost hardy. Can be grown as far south as Sydney.

Next day delivery high end gardenia vines and blooms for sale, perfect for luxury gifts, home floral arrangements, and special occasions decoration.

Masanobu Fukuoka’s manifesto about farming, eating, and the limits of human knowledge presents a challenge to the global systems we rely on for our food.

Masanobu Fukuoka: The man who did nothing

Masanobu Fukuoka’s manifesto about farming, eating, and the limits of human knowledge presents a challenge to the global systems we rely on for our food.

Brown Gardenia (Atractocarpus fitzalanii) Native to Qld. Glossy leaves, fragrant flowers in spring.

Brown Gardenia "Atractocarpus fitzalanii" Native to Qld. Glossy leaves, fragrant flowers in spring.

Midyim Berry (or Midgen) Spreading shrub with slight weeping habit. New foliage is an attractive pink. Small white flowers along the stems in autumn to winter are followed by small, but tasty, speckled berries in spring. Can be pruned to shape and may be suitable for a low hedge. Cultivars include Aurora, Blushing Beauty and Coppertop. 1-2m

Midyim Berry (or Midgen) Spreading shrub with slight weeping habit. New foliage is an attractive pink. Small white flowers along the stems in autumn to winter are followed by small, but tasty, speckled berries in spring. Can be pruned to shape and may be suitable for a low hedge. Cultivars include Aurora, Blushing Beauty and Coppertop. 1-2m

Hardenbergia violacea #flora #flower #bee #insect #Australia #native

Hardenbergia violacea #flora #flower #bee #insect #Australia #native

http://www.bluedaleplantsonline.com.au/shop/Native-Shrubs/Swamp-Banksia/34/ SWAMP BANKSIA Banksia robur is a mid-sized spreading shrub with large, leathery leaves, up to 30cm long, with serrated margins. The new leaves are softer with dense felt like hairs covering the surface. Banksia robur has large creamy yellow cone-like flowers that fade to brown as they age. Click here for more info http://www.bluedaleplantsonline.com.au/shop/Native-Shrubs/Swamp-Banksia/34/

http://www.bluedaleplantsonline.com.au/shop/Native-Shrubs/Swamp-Banksia/34/ SWAMP BANKSIA Banksia robur is a mid-sized spreading shrub with large, leathery leaves, up to 30cm long, with serrated margins. The new leaves are softer with dense felt like hairs covering the surface. Banksia robur has large creamy yellow cone-like flowers that fade to brown as they age. Click here for more info http://www.bluedaleplantsonline.com.au/shop/Native-Shrubs/Swamp-Banksia/34/

Native Ginger Alpinia caerulea - Google Search

Alpinia coerulea Edible rainforest ginger producing clusters of bright blue berries which have a tart refreshing flavour, roots have a crisp ginger ta

Endangered Senna acclinis or Rainforest Cassia to 3 m tall compound leaves to 15 cm, each with up to 6 pairs of oval-shaped leaflets at 15 mm with a gland between the lower one to four pairs of leaflets. Golden yellow cup-shaped flowers in groups two to five on short stalk, hanging on underside of branchlets. Seed pod 12 - 15 cm long, 6 - 8 mm wide and more or less flat. Can easily be mistaken for introduced Senna (formerly Cassia) species which are environmental weeds.

Endangered Senna acclinis or Rainforest Cassia to 3 m tall compound leaves to 15 cm, each with up to 6 pairs of oval-shaped leaflets at 15 mm with a gland between the lower one to four pairs of leaflets. Golden yellow cup-shaped flowers in groups two to five on short stalk, hanging on underside of branchlets. Seed pod 12 - 15 cm long, 6 - 8 mm wide and more or less flat. Can easily be mistaken for introduced Senna (formerly Cassia) species which are environmental weeds.

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