Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Two hakeas

Doing well
When we re-planted the garden a couple of years or so ago, we planted a hakea on each side.   They were  about the same size when planted.   One has since thrived, and it rewarded us with great flowers in autumn.    The other hasn't done nearly as well, and there hasn't been a flower to be seen on it.

I'm not aware in any differences in the soil (but perhaps there is?), but otherwise I can only attribute this difference to the fact that the better performing plant receives slightly more sun.  To the human eye, the difference isn't great, but seemingly it makes a lot of difference to plants!


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