Weed of the Month – September 2016


(Malva parviflora)

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(Photos: E Download ieee papers. Cousins, clumps along roadside, close-up of leaf; Cape Jervis)

Originally from the Mediterranean, this weed is now widespread around Australia epsxe 다운로드. It likes disturbed sites such as the roadside pictured above, or vacant urban blocks. Around Cape Jervis, it grows up to about 50cm tall, but can grow to 150cm in other, more hospitable areas 뫼비우스 글꼴 다운로드. The leaves look a little like those of geraniums and can be much the same size, up to 9cm. They have 5-7 lobes, have rounded teeth around the margins, and pronounced ribs underneath Download One Fun Man 2 5. You can’t see them in the photo above, but there are fine hairs on the leaves. Clusters of small (1cm) pink flowers will appear at leaf junctions. Fruits, also small, dry to brown segments 포토샵 연필브러쉬. The weeds at Cape Jervis weren’t flowering when the photos were taken, but with so many plants around you probably won’t have much trouble finding some to look for flowers and fruit yourself Download youtube playlists!

Plant of the Month – September 2016


(Caladenia latifolia)

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This is a small, pretty, erect orchid 15-30cm tall; you can find it around from August to October Download El Dorado of The Dankanbang. The flowers have 5 outer petals, with a 6th petal in the centre being modified to form a tongue with three lobes. Two of these lobes are rounded, the middle (third) one is that pointy bit of the tongue Call of Duty 2. The outer petals are bright pink (hence the name!); the tongue petal, though, is multi-coloured. There is an orange tinge to it, and some orange bumps (these are glands) while a fringe on the tongue is white appointment. The outer edge of the flower is a bit hairy, but the long, lance-shaped leaves are REALLY hairy all over, front and back! The stem holding the flower up high is also hairy 오토캐드 2016 한글. We’ve seen these orchids at Cape Jervis, but also in the Adelaide Hills. Maybe there are some near you!