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dierama is said to look good by water but it's not for wet soil.
How's your back?
Probably better grown
pandp is right about them being different common names for the same thing
I think the stems turn red later on
We saw lots of those today
not my photo, google images
Hi Snoodle, good to meet you and good to see you again Panda
I've a pic or 2.
There's us cooling off in spray drift from a water feature
Dove trying on a new hat
One of those yellow things
Some neat wood stores
It's all very different isn't it? with rainfall, wind, acid and alkaline and all the other variables.
East Ruston is right on the coast with lots of shelter belts. Very non-hardy plants there.
Some stuff bekkie. I've seen plants I don't know today. Lots of tender plants at East Ruston, I only know hardy ones
Phytolacca anericana, if you enlarge it you can see a flowering coming in the bottom left plant
It was really good. I'm knackered and artjak did the driving.
The red things are aeoniums