Archive for January, 2016

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Image of the Day for 1/5/2016: “White Mallee”

( Eucalyptus dumosa ) Available individually or as part of XfrogPlants Oceania 3 The White Mallee is native of a relatively dry region in Southern Australia. It is smaller than the typical Eucalypts and often presents itself in an almost shrubby form, often clustered in formations of 2-3 individuals growing…
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Image of the Day for 1/4/2016: “Orange Jasmine Shrub”

( Murraya paniculata ) Available individually or as part of XfrogPlants Oceania 2 Also known as Chinese Box, Mock Orange, Mock Lime or Satinwood, this species is widely appreciated for the decorative value of the foliage and flowers. It is a hardy species that can withstand cold and frost, and…
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Image of the Day for 1/3/2016: “Australian Grass Tree”

( Xanthorroea preissii ) Available individually or as part of XfrogPlants Oceania 2 The Australian Grass Tree is a long-lived arboreal plant. It’s lifespan is of at least 600 years. It grows in deserts and arid areas, and is extremely resistant to drought. It is a very slow growing species:…
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Image of the Day for 1/2/2016: “Weeping Bottlebrush”

( Callistemon viminalis ) Available individually or as part of XfrogPlants Oceania 3 This Callistemon species is generally noted for it’s showy red flowers and the weeping shape, that can be more or less pronounced depending on the different subspecies. Although frequent in shrubby, it can also reach notable tree…