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Seeking feedback on Eremophila forrestii

17 Jan 2018 10:45 PM | HEATHER MILES (Administrator)

The Eremophila Study Group is one of a number of Study Groups within the Australian Native Plants Society (Australia). Their aim is to further knowledge about the cultivation, propagation and conservation of Eremophila, commonly known as emu bushes. 

One of the plants being profiled is Eremophila forrestii. Dr Lyndal Thorburn, of the Eremophila Study Group, has developed a short survey to gather information about the horticulture of Eremophila forrestii. This includes any sub-species (if known) or hybrids grown and any information about propagation, how long they live in the garden and where they grow best (or what kills them). The survey will take around 6 minutes to complete.

Lyndal is looking for members to complete the survey by 26 January if possible. 

The survey is now closed. 

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