Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Getting back to the summer pattern

After the frenetic winter weeding period we are now settling back into a more relaxed summer weeding pattern, cruising around the bushland looking for the odd plant we missed during winter. On Sunday we explored the southern area of the bushland near the Karrakatta Army Barracks, and area that has been quite weedy in the past. We found the usual assortment of ti trees and fountain grass, and also removed a patch of Watsonia that we had discovered earlier in the year.

This is a plant that I was not familiar with - Stenanthum notiale (sub sp chamelum) a small shrub that at first we thought might have been an olive tree!

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