Category Archives: Bundanon

on fairy rings, endangered ecosystems and four-leaf clovers

The rain gave reason to mushrooms to flourish this season. Our urban parks are filled with the most prolific displays, like this one, a fairy ring of Blewits (Lepista Nuda and Lepista saeva). Cab’s Wild Food Page, a UK based … Continue reading

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here it is

the map of the Self-Guided Tour of the weeds of Maundrell Park, Petersham, part of the Art in the Park: Cross Pollination, group show curated by the Makeshift duo. Here you can find a PDF version of it (better for … Continue reading

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Bundanon List – Black Berry Nightshade (Solanum Nigrum)

The list keeps flowing from your findings in Bundanon Annual growing to 0.6m by 0.3m. It flowers all through summer, and the seeds ripen in autumn. The flowers are hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and are pollinated by … Continue reading

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On The Need To Listen To The Other Side Of The Story

Photo by Liz Bartlet You have been reading ‘Feral Future‘ by Tim Low. A fascinating book on the ecological disaster perpetuated by human in this continent. His argument is flawless, his research and historical account are excellent and extensive. Low … Continue reading

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On Non-Native Connections With Native Species, and viceversa

So, after much research you can now name the Oxalis you were having for dinner, Oxalis radicosa, a native oxalis. Interesting how you used an old european recipe to prepare the plant, somewhat proving that trans-national ethnobotany is posiible! There … Continue reading

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