Tag Archives: Weeds

RTBG – Thursday 1st October 2020 Part 1 of 2

I showed you the view I had when entering the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG) Thursday week ago; the view without the mountain in attendance. When I arrived last Thursday, it was back – heralding another wonderful day. As I … Continue reading

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Are weeds more important than we realise?

Thanks to John for this BBC article. Previously, in many blog posts, I have talked about the nutritional and medicinal value of many of the plants we routinely label as weeds in Tasmania. After reading the BBC story I wondered … Continue reading

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Working with weeds

I have made note of a new book which I think will be usefully informative: Working With Weeds A Practical Guide to Understanding, Managing and Using Weeds written by Kate Wall. Published late last year, this 220 page book seems … Continue reading

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RTBG Thursday 24th October

I wasn’t able to volunteer today at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG) but you may be interested in a couple of my casual experiments. Firstly, I decided to pick the leaf tips from a couple of my camellia trees … Continue reading

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