I once had a potted sansevieria, which sat in the kitchen under the brightly lit window. It must have been the right spot, because after growing well for several years, it decided to flower, producing a stem of large white bells with an overwhelming perfume. That plant has long gone but sansevieria (Sansevieria trifasciata), also known as mother-in-law’s tongue and...
Types of weeds
Identifying a garden weed, and understanding its growth and life cycle can help you work out a control strategy. Here are some of the weeds commonly encountered in Sydney or other temperate and coastal gardens, with tips on how to recognise and control them using chemicals or physical methods, or both. When using herbicides, always follow the recommended application rates...
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