Monthly Archives: October 2015

River seedlings from 2012 going strong

The native seedling class of 2012 is going strong on the South Australian Murray Valley floodplain, as red gum, black box and lignum seedlings continue to survive and thrive. The lucky combination of 3 years of floods followed up by … Continue reading

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Diary of a Red Gum – August & September 2015

Stormy and windy winter weather continued into August, causing a constant rain of debris from the red gum in our street. The fallen material included small branches and twigs, with green mature buds, green-brown mature fruit still holding seed, and … Continue reading

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