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The world wide web of plants October 7, 2011

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Thought I’d share this useful website called Wildflowers of the Darwin region. What I like is the way they categorize the plant idents into flower colours… such a useful way of helping you discover what your mystery plant might be. Many of the plants here occur in the Kimberley too. Check the site out:
http://www.users.on.net/~bennnez/index.html

We are currently collecting seeds of Acacia colei, to use as a pioneer plant in an area of cleared land that needs rehabilitation. If you want to join our mailing list of SKIPs meeting times and activities email skipas@environskimberley.org.au

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