Autumn 2016

7 May 2016, grow & maintenance

Well, we’re into the last month of Autumn and the temperatures have gone all haywire. Averaging 3-4 degrees celcius warmer during the nights means plant growth continues. Not at an optimum rate, but not as slow as a typical cooler Autumn.

We have introduced a new species to the palm range (the Sentry Palm- Howea belmoreana) as well as several new ornamentals to the sub-tropical and ornamental range. Check them out and I will put the spotlight on the Sentry palm later this week.

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