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39 days ago

Blue/Purple flowered climber.......SOLD PENDING PICKUP Asarina

Joan from Masterton District

This dainty climber has heart shaped leaves and and abundance of thumb sized deep blue purple flowers through the Summer.

It tends to be more an annual than a perennial though in a sheltered position will come up again in the Spring for 2 or 3 years. It does throw seeds which can carry on the progeny. It is not invasive.

A very pretty climber.

The plant for sale is growing in the square orange plastic 9cm pot.

Pickup is in Kuripuni.
Thanks for looking.

Price: $6.50

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3 days ago

Poll: Should Wellington Zoo replace its Lions?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Wellington Zoo’s elderly lioness sisters, Djane and Zahra, have been euthanised, leaving the zoo with no lions.
Both lionesses had been closely monitored by veterinary staff over the past 18 months due to age-related health concerns, and Djane’s health recently deteriorated.
Lions have been part of Wellington Zoo community since it opened in 1906, when the Zoo was gifted a male lion called King Dick.
Wellington Zoo said it would look at starting a new pride of lions in the future, but it was likely to be awhile until a firm plan was in place.
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Should Wellington Zoo replace its Lions?
  • 47.2% No
    47.2% Complete
  • 52.8% Yes
    52.8% Complete
449 votes
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1 day ago

Friday Feathered Friend

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This week we feature a picture of a starling by Louise Thomas.

"The variety of plumage at the moment on young birds as they transition into their adult feathers is amazing. I think a few years ago I would have thought of starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) as a dozen different species if I thought of them at all. Many of the new generation still have their brown heads, but are developing their star-spangled chest feathers. Mature feathers coming in on their backs are beautiful, with pale brown borders and the middles an iridescent green in the sunlight. Nature is an artist."

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