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Red rose tribute to watershed moment
The Gallipoli centenary rose has been carefully chosen to commemorate
the centenary of the landings.
In the garden
Shown for the first time this year at
Melbourne s International Flower and
Garden Show, a stunning deep red rose
has been carefully selected to
commemorate the 2015 Gallipoli
centenary -- one of the most significant
moments in Australia s history.
Bred by the Dutch/English company
Kordes, the shrub has the exceptional
health and disease tolerance for which
these rose breeders are known.
Dense bushy growth to around 1.2m
offsets large, elegant deep red blooms,
which grow in clusters as well as
The Gallipoli centenary rose was
awarded gold overseas, along with
best shrub and bronze medal at the
National Rose Trial Garden in
If you would like to grow one, order
online at treloarroses.com.au (phone
1300 044 852) or check for
availability at your local garden centre.
Treloar Roses will donate $1 from
the sale of each rose to the Anzac Day
Commemoration Committee QLD to
help fund the education of school
children and projects related to their
war veterans mission.
Armistice Day, November 11, is
memorably noted each year by the
wearing of a Flanders poppy, many of
which are added to the roll of honour
at memorials all round Australia.
Grow your own memorial display
from a garden scattering of Yates
poppy Flanders Red -- a beautiful rich
red flower with dark blotches often
recognised as the emblem of Anzac.
Sow directly into moist, well-
drained soil from mid-June for a
massed display from early summer.
Germination takes from 10 to 14
days and young seedlings will need
protection from slugs and snails.
Pinch out early buds until the plants
have formed good clumps. Long
known for remembrance in floral
terms, rosemary brought from
Gallipoli to Adelaide 100 years ago is
currently helping to fund the Avenues
of Honour project across the country.
The pale, blue-flowered Gallipoli
rosemary is available from selected
Hasten to plant out early
spring flowering bulbs such
as daffodils, jonquils, grape
hyacinths and triteleia. Dutch
hyacinths and tulips can
follow on through May.
No garden, just a window
sill. Then buy a hyacinth bulb
to grow in a narrow necked
vase of water. Keep in a dark
cupboard until top growth is
at least 10cm tall than place in
the light. The roots will
continue to sustain the
growth and subsequent
bloom for several weeks.
Collect all fallen and
diseased fruit from around
the garden. Be sure to bag it
and either place in the
garbage or send to the tip
rather than toss into the
compost heap. As compost is
a valuable soil additive, it is
essential it remains free from
weed seed, fungal and
In the vegetable garden,
sow seeds of broad beans,
beetroot, English spinach,
loose-leaf lettuce, onions and
early flat white salad. Plant
garlic and advanced
seedlings of broccoli and
Gap closes on
A two-day Close the Gap event held at
ANU aimed to provide an open forum
for health students and the community
to ask questions.
Another forum goal was to increase
awareness of Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander health and the Close the
ANU Indigenous medical student
Danielle Dries said about 120 people
from seven universities attended the
event on March 21 and 22 in Canberra.
"We wanted to increase awareness
in inequality in health, as well as talk
about some of the things they can do at
an individual level to already start to
close that gap," she said.
Ms Dries and four keynote speakers
took to the stage to speak about the
focus points of partnerships and
Three workshops were to educate
the contingent on crossing cultures and
the impact of cultural barriers on
health workers and patients.
Ms Dries said the workshops were
beneficial for students who would deal
with not only Indigenous people but
people of all cultures in Australia.
DRAGON BOAT TRYOUTS
FOR CANCER SURVIVORS
The next come-and-try day with
Dragons Abreast will be held on April
18. Dragon boaters will meet at 9am
and finish at 10.30am with morning
tea provided. The event will take place
near the Canberra Yacht Club at
Yarralumla. For more information call
0419 611 167, 0402 110 086 or
0407 255 094 by April 17 to register
your interest or for any queries.
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