Tag Archives: Eucalyptus

Placed, not plonked

Towering Eucalyptus trees are better than a SatNav in finding the way to Meon Orchard, home of Doug and Linda Smith and their three National Plant Collections of Antipodean rarities; Araliaceae and Podocarpus as well as the aforementioned giants. Sparsholt College is featuring … Continue reading

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A World of Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus  was first introduced at Kew Gardens using seed collected on Captain Cook’s second voyage of 1773.  Only a handful of species are generally available in this country and this is what Tom Hart Dyke hopes to address with his … Continue reading

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