Monthly Archive for April, 2011

The Yellow Gum.

If you like having native birds in your garden there is probably no better tree to attract honeyeaters than the yellow gum, Eucalyptus leucoxylon. It will grow in almost any type of soil, ours are in heavy clay, and it is available in large-flowered dwarf forms as well as the tall variety. Flower colours from […]

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Cacophony….

In the garden the yellow gums, E. leucoxylon are in heavy flower thanks to the rain, and aren’t the red wattlebirds and rainbow lorikeets enjoying the feast. And the noise they’re making can only be described as a cacophony….. Turn up the volume and have a listen to what we are hearing all day long.

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