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Old Tuesday 10th June 2008, 05:32   #1
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Botany For Fun (but not profit, sorry)

Sharing for fun. On Saturday's expedition I found a mud pit with a dozen or so small cyanea ('aku) sprouting up. (a lobelia relative) Probably cyanea tritomantha. Unfortunately I fear feral pigs will eat, dig up or crush them before any of them can get to maturity. I would so dearly love to be able to put up a fence around their happy, muddy home before it becomes a pig wallow... :(
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