Monday, August 22, 2011

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  1. Tx for following my blog. Wigandia, sounds familiar. Would I once have seen your garden on TV? And been so entranced I looked it up on the internet!

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  2. Hi,yes wigandia has been widely publicised ..see my 'glory box' page here for some of the stuff! I grow a great many South African plants.

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  3. William - help me out and I'll edit my page. I am simply quoting what I read. What would Australians call the vegetation that grows in a mediterranean climate, like South Africa's fynbos?

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  4. Ahhh..Its all a bit confusing..in Western Australia in the MED zone there is Mallee..Inland Victoria has very large area 'The Mallee'..this area receives only about 12-15 inches of rain and is very hot in summer! I live technically out of the southern MED region but the climate is similar! The term 'Scrub' is often used for low woody vegetation types...the bigger types (taller trees) we call 'Bush'..rarely 'forest'...Clear as mud?

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  5. summer days are here again, the sky is full of cheer again....

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