There's nothing better in summer than fresh, juicy tropical fruit - especially if you've grown it yourself! No, you don't have to be a commercial grower on a beautiful Queensland plantation to reap a great harvest. It is definitely possible for you to grow your own tropical fruit, even in less-than-tropical Sydney. Here are our five top tips. Influence...
We think flowers are there to look pretty, but for the plant they are how they reproduce themselves. Most flowers contain male and female parts, which are usually surrounded by petals. The male parts – called stamens – produce pollen. Pollen is usually seen as yellow grains held on anthers. The female part of the flower is called the pistil...
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