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Merry Christmas all.
I’ve inherited a row of Malus ioensis Rubra that are struggling badly.
Foliage is blackened, distorted and falling early.
One day, I’ll visit out of the ski season.
My big trouble is that your part of the world is so beautiful that I won’t be able to leave
I suggest you grow it in a pot as it suckers and will take over your entire garden.
There you go.
That was my initial thought but negundo has 5 leaflets. This has 3
My cousins sending more pics
Am I close with Centrathus?
Yes it’s a species of Acer
Thanks mr b
My australian cousin now resides near whistler.
She continually sends me pics when out running.
In order to fortify my...
The drought broke last March.
These photo's were taken last February (late summer)
I'm baffled by the isolated effect
I'm baffled with the decine of these Thuja's.
We've been in drought for a few years but the area is irrigated.
The ground water is high...
Here's the fruit on one of our native P. elatus.
elatus grows reasonably quickly to 30 metres.
You can see how the name Yew plum came about
The fruit is saying "I'm a myrtle" to me. Callistemon I'd say.
We're a little slow down here. Our botanists have yet to rename them as...
it looks like a Podocarpus macrophyllus (plum pine) to me
It's a bad photo. Can you get some close ups of the leaves and stems?
In the meanwhile, it looks like Andredera cordifolia (Madeira Vine) It's a...
The fruit of David Westlakes looks like a West Australian species.
Fascinating genus is an understatement
love Banksia serata
Here's the flower
I agree David
The leaf orientation is also correct for Lophostemon.
Euc’s are vertical
Can you please provide some photos of the leaf arrangement?
Are they opposite, alternate?
It looks to be whorled from the angle.
The branch in...