Tag Archives: phenology

Diary of a Red Gum May-December 2016

The red gum in our street started 2016 with a high volume of healthy buds, but these were steadily lost in windy storms through the year. After the tree dropped its eighth branch in 12 months, in May the Council … Continue reading

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Diary of a Red Gum – February 2015

In late January and through February the river red gum in front of our house revealed a very welcome secret – it is carrying dual crops. The cycle of seed development usually lasts 2 years, from bud to seed fall, … Continue reading

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