Are myrtle shrubs grown in Australia?

Answer Yes, myrtle shrubs are most definitely grown in Australia. Australia has the lemon myrtle (Backhausia citriodora) which is native to the continent, as are members of the syzygium, tristania and eug... Read More »

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Can shrubs be grown in containers?

Shrubs grow well in containers when all their needs are met--sunlight, nutrients, water and protection from harsh elements. Plant your shrub in a large container, one the wind won't blow over. Cont... Read More »

What food cannot be grown in Australia?

[1] Australia is blessed with three climate zones: tropical, subtropical, and temperate. That means that, theoretically, the island continent can grow any crop. The Department of Agriculture publis... Read More »

Can Myrrh be grown in Australia?

Oregano, thyme, basil, dill, rosemary, bay leaf, the list goes on and on and on!

Where is sugar cane grown in australia?

Sugarcane in Australia is most often grown in the coastal plain and river valley areas located on the eastern coastline in the northern section of New South Wales. New South Wales is also the home ... Read More »