Category Archive for 'Garden'

A few things.

In the early days the local Gippsland Red Gums were heavily utilised for fencing and milling, consequently big old trees with ages numbered in hundreds of years are now mainly found on roadside reserves, with the odd individual found on farming land, where in many cases their days are numbered. When I visited a friend’s […]

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Sweet Beauty.

They say you shouldn’t feed native birds, well, I hope that doesn’t include supplying them with nectar from garden plants! At the moment the garden is alive with honeyeaters, Red Wattlebirds, New Hollands, Eastern Spinebills, and the occasional White-plumed, with a small flock of Silvereyes also getting in on the act. The plants that are […]

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