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21 Jul 17 Rob (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Not realy a good plan, the old leaves both provide some nutrients and protect the flower from sun damage insects even bird guanu and if you've got kids they find it good fun to keep looking for the first flowers.when they do finally find them its a great moment as there is that success feeling, that adds to the fun and enjoyment of gardening

Not realy a good plan, the old leaves both provide some nutrients and protect the flower from sun damage insects even bird guanu and if you've got kids they find it good fun to keep looking for the first flowers.when they do finally find them its a great moment as there is that success feeling, that adds to the fun and enjoyment of gardening

- Rob

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