Plant of the month – December 2016

WEDGE-LEAVED POMADERRIS

(Pomaderris obcordata)

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This bushy shrub lives up to its name…or its name lives up to it Think dubbing! The leaves have a definite indentation at their tips, giving them a heart or wedge shape. The leaves are smooth, as you can see in the photo. What you can’t see is that they are hairy underneath May 2018 download of melon. The star shaped flowers occur in dense little clusters, and are obviously very attractive to ants (see second photo above)!!! While the flower heads are whitish, the seed heads are blackish 시그널 11회. These shrubs like the sand and limestone of the coast, but are still rare around the Fleurieu.  In fact, this is the only plant we know of and unfortunately no seed formed this year default ringtones.

Weed of the month – December 2016

 WHITE FUMITORY

(Fumaria capreolata)white-fumaria-composite_14-cm(Photos: E Download the flashget video. Cousins, plant; close-up of flower head)

This scrambling weed is found in damp soils along creek banks, etc. Its soft, hairless foliage is heavily lobed (a bit like flat parsley leaves in shape, and maidenhair fern in softness) 64 bit exe. The droopy flowers are tubular, clustered on a large bract. Each flower is white, tipped with a distinctive purple-red blotch. About 3 weeks after the first flowers appear, seeds are already maturing Chinese lecture syllabus in Jung-ah. These can stay viable for years: 3-5 years if they remain in the top 5 cm of soil, but up to 20 years if they have been carried 15cm down e.g. by ants or soil disturbance Download Samsung EasySettings.