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Edible Ornamentals
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Kangkong (Ipomoea aquatica) is an aquatic plant popular in Asian cuisine, in fact you have possibly eaten it unknowingly in vegetable based dishes. If you have a pond or water feature you can grow kangkong....

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Soil pH Plant List


Possum repellent recipe.
6 Drops Oil of Cloves
1 Litre water
1 spray bottle

Add one litre of water to the spray bottle. Add 6 drops of oil of cloves to the water. Seal spray bottle and shake contents. Spray on plants or around the area that you want to protect from the possums. Repeat regularly (once a week).


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