Growing to around 6m the flowers are actually white and it is the calyxes that appear afterwards that are red.
This iconic Australian native flowering plant can be grown in the subtropics if given excellent drainage and good airflow around the plant itself.
Thryptomene saxicola ‘F. C. Payne’
hebaceous perennial bearing the infamous papery daisy-like flowers in a range of colours.
The Hovea is a fast growing shrub to 2m bearing purple pea shaped flowers in spring.
This is a busy shrub growing around 2m. It bears yellow pea shaped flowers with red markings.
A wonderfully hardy native shrub growing 1m. it also comes in a pink and a white flowering form.
This particular tea tree cultivar is a favourite amongst many a home gardener for it’s delicate pink flowers. Growing to around 1.5m.
This is the pink form of rice flower commonly used in flower arrangemenst it also makes a great backyard shrub. Comes in white also.
Chickens, just like any other animals need a balanced diet, a mixture of protein, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins. Why are greens so important? You may ask. It makes the yolks more yellow, delivers vital vitamins such as vitamin A to your birds, as well as calcium, phosphorus and protein, just to name a few. Continue reading Growing Great Gourmet Greens for your Girls
Over the years of poultry keeping I have kept many breeds of chicken, but never the Speckled Sussex. Continue reading And So A Speckled Sussex Came To Stay
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