Tag Archives: Pollinator Link

World Environment Day – Girl Guides Pollinator Link Garden

By Michael Fox Sue Jones and I joined Mt Gravatt Girl Guides for World Environment Day last Tuesday night, to plant our first Pollinator Link garden. (Pollinator Link is a trademark of Mt Gravatt Environment Group) Guide Leader, Lizi Dyrsdale, approached … Continue reading

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White Chocolate Finger Lime Cheesecake – that’s my type of bushtucker!

By Michael Fox I am always learning something new about our extraordinary local environment. Until recently I had never heard of Finger Lime Citrus australasica or any of the other native citrus. I discovered these fascinating plants when researching species … Continue reading

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Bringing butterflies to your garden

n Living on the edge of Mt Gravatt Reserve we often have butterflies visiting our yard. Today I videoed this Cabbage White Pieris rapae feeding on the Thyme flowers in our rose garden. Michael Braby in Butterflies of Australia describes … Continue reading

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Blue Banded Bees and Variegated Fairy Wren

a A Blue Banded Bee – Amegilla cingulata getting nectar from one of our special Bottle Brush Grass Tree – Xanthorrhoea macronema. It is particularly pleasing to photograph my first Blue Banded Bee today because I am currently writing an … Continue reading

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