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The Centre is a paradise of trees

By GEOFF MIERS Ready for something bigger in your back yard? Central Australia has some fantastic trees suitable for the home garden. The iconic Ghost Gum...

To mound or not to mound?

 

 

Planting into raised mounds is a good idea in places where drainage is an issue. Not often the case in our neck of the woods. Noted green thumb Alex Nelson advises on a much better approach. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

River red gums work outside the square for survival

 

Tree roots usually go down. This tree's sometimes go up. Local amateur botanist Alex Nelson has a theory. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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