Dale Harvey and John Newton met in Melbourne Aust. in 1981. Since then they both men have supported each others careers while also building and maintaining their own. Read about how they were able to turn their joint careers into one and creating a dream of a better world starting in their own local community.
This is a collection of Appreciation Certificates, Local and Overseas Awards with Acknowledgments presented to Dale Harvey and John Newton over the many years of their joint careers.
Plus the Launch and Registration
This is a rampant, fast-growing Mexican vine demanding heat. Cobea seed sprouts quickly with bottom heat or in the warm ground of late summer. Where winters are severe, start now outside in pots, later protect in a sunny window, sunroom or conservatory.
Cutting back excess growth will make the vines more bushy. Next spring, plant the young vine in a warm, sunny, sheltered spot. Provide a rich, freely draining soil and keep moist.
Cobea is self-clinging to trellis, wood or brick but will not damage the finish like ivy. A strong young vine can grow up to 8m in a single season but are short-lived. This tender perennial is often grown as an annual. The lovely, large flowers open greenish white, then change to mauve and finally violet purple before dropping.
They are mildly perfumed especially at night and are good to cut. There is a white flowering form.