Turtle Vine

Turtle Vine (Callisia repens) which is also known as creeping inchplant is a creeping succulent that originated in Central and South America. Turtle Vine is a low ground cover plant with deep green leaves on top and deep purple on the underside. Like most succulents it can change colour based on environmental stresses (water content,…

The Ethics of Invasive Plants

Recently I’ve been deliberating over the ethics of plant selection for our future food forest. Currently around Brisbane I’ve come across quite a few fruiting Brazilian Cherries (Eugenia uniflora). Upon tasting them I find them quite delicious and have contemplated growing them in our food forest. However on researching the best way to grow them…