Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Spent some time today transplanting river bottlebrush (Callistemon sieberi) seedlings. They germinated over winter and are still quite tiny:
Too tiny to go and be planted with the other trees last month!

I filled up all the empty tubes where other species had failed to germinate. If they survive and grow well in spring, they can go and join the others.

1 comment:

  1. Good luck with your plants. Hope they grow bigger for you. Aussie natives can be hard to transplant. I have lost a lot over the years but (fingers crossed) the ones I bought with me from Anglesea will grow here in Lara.