14-01-2020 09:11 PM
@Adge a perfect example of the right plant for the conditions that one has to work with. I can see that they would go fabulously with your native shrubs and produce a wonderful display.
Mr Darcy filled our neighbours green bin today in readiness for collection tomorrow, that will be the end of the bamboo clippings but we still have a way to go before one green bin will last a fortnight here.
14-01-2020 09:33 PM
My Hibiscus shrubs (Appleblossom & Swan Lake) seem so much happier (healthier) - with me turning the Retic on a few times a week (since fixing most leaks).
They're looking glossier-leaved, & are flowering more (already).
Swan Lake Hibiscus is covered in White flowers - plus many of the bright Pink flowers (sported back to) on same bush.
14-01-2020 09:46 PM
Hibiscus Swan Lake - Normal (White)
Sported (reverted) to Pink (on same Bush).
14-01-2020 09:50 PM
Hibiscus Appleblossom - mine is not looking this healthy.
It's leaves are frazzled (fried)....
15-01-2020 08:39 AM
@Adge your two tone hibiscus reminds me of some double grafted standard roses that were (? still are) available - they had a pink and white combo which were similar to your plant (the roses were Bonita and iceberg if I remember rightly).
15-01-2020 08:24 PM
One garden bed weeded this afternoon with a small traielr load of waste ready for the dump.
Weekend chore is to do some pruning to make it a full trailer load.
I did have plans of wipper snipping this ave but the garden clean took much longer than anticipated.
I have 2 banana plants in pots ready to go in the newly vacent garden. Another job for the weekend.
15-01-2020 08:27 PM
And darling is excitted because she has more space to fill with pot plants.
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