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The Pest and Disease Information Service (PaDIS) provides advisory and identification services on animal and plant pests, weeds and diseases that impact Western Australia's agriculture and food ind
Root-knot nematodes are plant-parasitic round worms with a broad host range which includes many important horticultural crops, pastures and some weed species.
Qualup bell is indigenous to Western Australia and is distinguished by large colourful bracts that provide an eye catching display as a cut flower. It can be used as a filler or feature filler.
Verticordias are a diverse group of Australian native plants which display a range of flower colours of orange, yellow, red, pink, cream and white.
Smokebush offers a wide diversity of flower types, ranging from white to blue, and flowering from summer to winter.
If you think that commercial flower growing could be worth considering, this page will help you work through the issues critical for success and point to sources of information to help achieve that
Proteas are attractive shrubs originating from South Africa which can be cultivated commercially in Western Australia.
This article describes the conditions for sustainable bush management and/or cultivation of golden cascade (Corynanthera flava), a species unique to the northern sandplain of southern West
The red and green kangaroo paw is the floral emblem of Western Australia.
This web page outlines the commercial cultivation of Boronia megastigma (brown boronia) and B. heterophylla (pink).