Monthly Archives: April 2016

Diary of a Red Gum – January-March 2016

  Following the disappointing flower crop in November and December, the red gum on our footpath produced a strong bud crop for the New Year, raising hopes of strong flowering in late 2016. In early January, the tree followed the … Continue reading

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