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Beautiful images of plants and insects set out in  PDF format.

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Plants that have flowered since Cyclone Larry - Page 1

Plants that Have flowered since Cyclone Larry - Page 2

The Palmerston National Park after Cyclone Larry - July 2006

A busy day on the Xanthostemon umbrosus - Page 1

A busy day on the Xanthostemon umbrosus - Page 2


In the garden - October 2006 - Page 1

In the garden - October 2006 - Page 2

In the garden - November 2006 - Page 1

In the garden - November 2006 - Page 2


In the pink - or thereabouts - July 2006 - Page 1

In the pink - or thereabouts - July 2006 - Page 2

In the garden - August 2006

On the Tablelands - September 2006 - Page 1

On the Tablelands - September 2006 - Page 2


In the Garden December 2006, flowering; fruiting; new growth; plus a bit of wildlife - The largest number of species we have had flowering in any month.


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In the Garden January 2007.


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In the Garden February 2007.  This month:-   Flowers - Fruit - Foliage - Ferns - Insects.


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In the Garden March 2007.  Flowers - Fruit - Foliage - Insects.


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In the Garden April 2007.  Flowers - Fruit - Foliage - Insects.


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In the Garden June 2007.  Flowers - Fruit - Foliage - Insects.


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In the Garden July 2007.


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Watch this space!  Sorry - we have not had time to do this sort thing anymore.


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Some extra downloads:


Improving Your Garden Soil With Humic Acid and Liquid Gypsum

Complete list of plants in Zodiac Botanic Gardens

Making Windows Explorer More User Friendly



Note: We are not registered for GST so no tax will be added to any product.

 


Plant of the Month:  I will try to place a link to an image here each month - it may be flowers, fruit or foliage, depending on what is happening.

October 2013

These images are free:

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Buying and using a digital camera

Editing your digital images

How to record records to Cds

and much more.

August 2013

August 2013

September 2013 September 2013 October 2013 November 2013

November 2013

Fire - A hot topic at the moment!

Burning in Queensland’s Tropical Forests and the consequences - by Garry Sankowsky

*Burning in the Top End of the NT - by Greg Miles


You may also like to view the blog of David Rentz - search for ‘A Trip Through Hell’

http://www.bunyipco.blogspot.com.au/










*  This article has been removed from the Top End Native Plant site where it was first published.  It was republished in the May 2013 Newsletter of the Tablelands Branch of the Society for Growing Native Plants and this article is available with the above link.