One of the most beautiful small trees has to be Acer griseum,
the paperbark maple.
Salvias in Dunedin Botanic Garden's herbaceous borders are
phasing us gently into winter, with a final drip-feed of
The arrival of autumn in Dunedin Botanic Garden has heralded
the emergence of the often overlooked and misunderstood
inhabitants of a garden: its mushrooms.
There is a growing public interest in environmentally
friendly and sustainable horticulture.
A close neighbour is close to showing us up.
If you love to grow unusual native plants in your garden, you
are probably familiar with the fiercely golden foliaged
Aciphylla, also known as Spaniard or speargrass.
At first glance the balloon pea flower could be mistaken for
New Zealand's native kaka beak.
Amorphophallus titanum has the honour of producing the
largest flower-like structure in the plant world.
This plant is not a pineapple or a lily, but ''pineapple
lily'' is a good common name to describe the flower of this
unusual bulbous perennial.
Type ''elderberry'' into an internet search engine and you'll
get anything from how to eradicate a nasty weed to wonderful
recipes and health remedies.
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