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because they taste nice and not alot of people eat what they grow these days it is sad, very sad!


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Eucalyptus - Flooded Gum

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
this specimen is HUGE no kidding the dog laid on it when i first got it, so we wrote it off and cut it down to ground level, a second trunk appeared a year or so after, it is not 8m tall and still growing! I planted it in a very shady wet position behind an aviary very dense clay soil but it has just taken off!
daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
p.s i cant spell

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Eucalyptus - Swamp mahogony

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
This tree is planted in the front yard in a very dense clay soil, plenty of mulch was laid when this tree was planted a little over 2 years ago the tallest specimen in my garden is now about 5-7m tall, the moths seem to love it, which during summer can be a little annoying when watering the garden, so far this year i have accidentally swallowed several moths. "surprisingly they taste a little nutty" beautiful tree is capable of thriving in many soil conditions!

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Eucalyptus - Forest Red Gum

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
great specimen, planted one two years ago height is now 4m, very low maintenance tree! prune lower branches to encourage more vertical growth.

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Palm - Bangalow

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
beautiful palm, planted a few 3 years ago underneath a very tall shady tree, water well during very very dry weather and you will be thanked, also likes fertilizer once a year in late winter early spring

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Black bean

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
very slow growing tree, is best if kept in a shady environment for the first 5 years, then remove a few branches and watch it shoot up. be careful when pruning or sawing off limbs dust can cause nosebleeds! seeds are poisonous to animals do not let your kelpie near them it will make it sick, if illess occurs give plenty of water, and seek advice from vet, do not plant anywhere near equine stables, training grounds or agistments!!! as horses process seeds, and grasses they will eat the seed and quite possibly die!

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Cordyline - Broad leaved palm lily

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
this great lilly is able to survive almost anything. full sun. clay, sand, dogs, cats, great as an understory plant, very nice to sit outside and watch the leaves twist and sway in the breeze almost hypnotic

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Lomandra hystrix - Mat Rush

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
great bushy specimen, seeds and flowers have thorns so dont plant them right next to a path, can grow full shade to partial shade and full sun, height to 1.5m width to 1.5m fertilize once a year late winter to early spring to encourage flowering.

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Richmond Birdwing Vine

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
this is a very straggly vine, can grow well from seeds or cuttings, plant some in your local area to ensure the survival of the Richmond bird wing butterfly!

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Rhodamnia argentea - Silver Myrtle

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
slow growing graceful tree, with green leaves, white stems, red to orange new growth and white underside to leaves, tolerates partial shade and very shady conditions, aswell as sandy, clay, vulcanic soil types, can be rather slow growing and seed cultivation can prove to be extremely difficult! height to 30m.

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Eucalyptus - Lemon Ironbark

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
great for use if you have a sore throat, use with hot water and salt leave to stand till warm and gargle, the eucalyptus oil is anti bacterial, leaves your mouth feeling fresh and lemony!
daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
also great if roasting a fish, clean and gut the fish, place 5 leaves inside the fish, wrap in banana leaf and place on bbq turing occasionally also great for use in stinking shoes, crush some leaves place in shoes overnight (remember to empty the shoes before putting them on)!

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Miracle Fruit

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daniel1 says... [3157 days 23hrs ago]
has not grown very well as yet due to a whipper snip sniper attack by grandfather, placed in a pot in a semi shade location watered twice weekly DOES NOT LIKE FROST OR WIND! have yet to see any fruit, this year hopefully fertilized once a year ago seemed to burn the leaves and it was only a few pellets of citrus fruit fertilizer!!!

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