Saturday, 6 August 2016

What's wrong with my lemon? - GardenDrum

Photo by Hans

The following article is written by Trevor Nottle and he has given an interesting perspective to lemons and problems they often have. 

As practically every garden has a lemon tree, it's no surprise that there is so much discussion about this fruit. See here for Trevor's article which he has written for GardenDrum. 

About Trevor Nottle:

I am a garden historian and heritage consultant with commissions and project experience in Australia, New Zealand, Uruguay, California, Greece and Italy. I am an internationally distributed author of more than 17 gardening books about old roses, cottage gardens and perennials and more recently, 3 newer titles covering climate variability and climate compatible practices for home gardeners and landscape designers: Gardens of the SunPlants for Mediterranean Climate Gardens and Plants for a Changing Climate. I have a Master's degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Adelaide. I volunteer at Carrick Hill Gardens and Mt Barker Urban Forest & Arboretum. I was the founder of Heritage Roses - Australia, and a foundation member of the Mediterranean Garden Society (intl.) and the Australian Garden History Society. My new book Endless Pleasure - Exploring and Collecting Among the Byways of Gardens and Gardening (Wakefield Press) was published in October, 2015

As you can see from the above bio Trevor certainly is an informed author!

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