Tag Archives: Muehlenbeckia

Cultural Shift

We must have been having terrible weather lately because I received a couple of emails (even one from Oz) asking how we’d fared with the storms that have hit Canterbury recently. Well thanks for asking We’re fine We had a … Continue reading

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bums, bombs, botany and a foxy lady.

The Botanical Society field day onto army ground proved interesting.  Military training grounds the world over provide opportunities for nature simply because there is no incentive to develope the land for agriculture and it therefore gets left to the plants … Continue reading

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Canterbury Botanical Society: Kaitorete Spit field day

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Before I start, a big thank you to Wildlands consultancy scientists Brian and Mellissa for being such good guides and sharing their knowledge.  Also a reminder that this Saturday, 17th October, we have a special field day into the army … Continue reading

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