Tag: native plants

The bigger the better, mostly.

With the climate disaster rapidly gaining steam, we need to reassess our take on cutting down big, old trees willy nilly.

Verge progress

Looking South

The verge is a vital component of our garden and our life.

On the verge of a Community garden (maybe)

The verge garden has been complained about and the Council have stepped in so applications are afoot.

The Native verge

The Native verge garden is underway and, in true Ligaya Garden form, everything is edible or medicinal as well as being drought tolerant. I’ve put in seedlings of Acacia retionoides (wirilda) Myoporum insulare (Boobiala) and Dodonea viscosa (Sticky Hop Bush). The Acacia is a… Continue Reading “The Native verge”

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