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I'm an Australian software engineer and tweet as lisa dp. Some plants I'm cultivating now... and being a geek figuring out the family cultivation commonalities between...

  • Alismatales - Araceae: peace lilies
  • Apiales - Apiaceae: carrots, celery, coriander, parsley; Araliaceae: Japanese aralias; Pittosporaceae: pittosporum screener
  • Arecales - Arecaceae: cane palms
  • Asparagales - Amaryllidaceae: onions, spring onions and other alliums; Xanthorrhoeaceae: aloe vera
  • Asterales - Asteraceae: lettuces, dahlias, gazanias, common daisies, sea daisies; Goodeniaceae: fan flower
  • Caryophyllales - Amaranthaceae: beetroots, chard; Nyctaginaceae: bougainvillea; Polygonaceae: rhubarb
  • Brassicales - Brassicaceae: rockets, cauliflowers, mustards and other brassicas
  • Cucurbitales - Cucurbitaceae: cucumbers, zucchinis, pumpkins
  • Fabales - Fabaceae: navy beans, happy wanderer
  • Lamiales - Lamiaceae: mint, basil, catnip, rosemary, lavender; Scrophulariaceae: creeping boobialla (in lieu of lawn)
  • Rosales - Moraceae: figs, ornamental ficuses; Rosaceae: apricots, nectarines, apples, standard roses
  • Poales - Poaceae: sweetcorn
  • Sapindales - Rutaceae: limes, boronia
  • Solanales - Solanaceae: tomatoes, capsicums, potatoes, tabasco chilis, bird's eye chilis, Brunfelsia latifolia
  • Vitales - Vitaceae: red grapes

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answered Can I cross pollinate basil and chili peppers?
Jun
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answered I have the flowers, but how can I get seeds from my basil?
Jun
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revised Trimming back a Meyer Lemon tree
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Jun
12
answered Will peach leaf curl affect my fruit?
Jun
12
comment What is the best way to put bonemeal into the soil?
Wow that's a myth busting there... Is "bone meal" the American term for "blood and bone"? If so, I'm deeply confused.
Jun
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comment What is this disease on my peach leaf?
See this answer to the same question: gardening.stackexchange.com/questions/3092/… It is almost certainly peach leaf curl and is combated when the parasites migrate to or from the leaves in early spring and late autumn.
Apr
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comment What can I grow in a sealed office environment with no natural light or airflow?
Marking as answer for the most suggestions with extra advice, but all the proposed answers add something. Thanks.
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comment What can I grow in a sealed office environment with no natural light or airflow?
Thanks it's a good point if we choose several of the above suggestions.
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Apr
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comment What can I grow in a sealed office environment with no natural light or airflow?
While, it appears that Selaginella lepidophylla is good at surviving in low light, it sounds like it won't come out of its "plant hibernation" state without serious light and some water, making it an unlikely candidate for success in any office because we want to see and enjoy foliage.
Apr
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comment What can I grow in a sealed office environment with no natural light or airflow?
Based on the information in the links, only Philodendrons and Aspidistras could happily survive such low light. Certainly, I know from sad experience that peace lillies (spathiphyllum) will go yellow and wither.
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comment What can I grow in a sealed office environment with no natural light or airflow?
We are probably allowed to bring in the lamps but it would be the taxpayer paying for the electricity in this case so a bit of an extravagance. Also, a hassle. If some plants can survive without additional light and with perhaps just a biannual excursion outdoors then we'd rather choose those than hassle about with grow lamps.
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