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By Heidi Smith

10 best windbreak species for South-East Queensland, Australia

The 10 best windbreak species for South-East Queensland, Australia.  See the list below, with each plant name and use case.   Lilly Pilly’s food and bird/ bee attractant  Lomandra grasses for underplanting  Bottle brushes bird/ bee attractant, firewood  Olive Trees food  Manuka / tea trees: Medicinal, firewood  Blackwood timber/ furniture, firewood  Queensland Wattle tree tall/ […]

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By Kaye McRae

Mangifera Indica (Mango)

Mango trees originated from Myanmar (Burma) and Eastern India, where average annual rainfalls across the regions vary from 1,174mm-11,777mm. By comparison, in Queensland, Bowen’s average rainfall is 892mm and Maryborough’s 1,138mm p.a. The mango species is mangifera indica from the anacardiaceae family. Pistachio, cashew and poison ivy (which isn’t actually ivy) also belong to the anacardiaceae […]

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By Konrad

Permaculture Noosa

Living around Sunshine Coast Area? Connect with the Permaculture Club Noosa. Monthly meetings Join one of the monthly meetings, where members have stalls of produce and plants for sale. A seed saving bank is available to donate seeds and buy seeds. There is a Permaculture library for members to borrow books. Every month interesting speakers […]

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