colour in the centre, Alice Springs …

Yeras ago, I travelled to Alice Springs to help start a scientific investigation into the Bush Yams through collecting samples and DNA. I was taken by the wide range of desert species abounding in the Desert Park showpiece display centre, where these were taken. Eremophilas were in abundance.

 

DSC00644 DSC00645 DSC00650 DSC00653 DSC00655 DSC00658 DSC00668The Yams, Ipomoea costata here:

Genetic and Horticultural assessment of the Australian

http://www.apscience.org.au/projects/APSF_04_3/apsf_04_3.htm

Genetic and Horticultural assessment of the Australian native Bush Potato, Ipomoea costata A project undertaken at the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney,

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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