My Garden is Starting to Look Very Purple this Spring…

Here are some of the latest spring photos in my spring garden here in Sunny South Australia. I am attracted to pinks, purple, blues and whites, but what often happens is my garden design looks decidedly purple, white and yellow! They are all heat and drought tolerant and carry this toughness with a serene elegance.

The sumptuous native hibiscus Alyogyne huegelii!
The Silvery foliage and purple ways of Eremophila nivea a native emu bush, dusty miller centaurea, daisy and alyogyne, native hibiscus plants
Little dry rocky area with suitable hardy (and as it happens purple) groundcover plants, with both drought tolerance and beauty!
A side photo with the delightful purple ostespermum daisies.
Some super hardy spotted and striped snapdragons I grew from seed.
The dutch iris have flowered for quite a long time this year.

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  1. Lucky for you Spring is there. ..here we are in Autumn.

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    1. Sarah Rajkotwala - writer & spiritual teacher says:

      Yes indeed! Another season to savour! ❀ xx

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  2. Rosie Amber says:

    It all looks lovely, Sarah.

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    1. Sarah Rajkotwala - writer & spiritual teacher says:

      Thanks Rosie love! ❀ xx

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  3. KK says:

    Beautiful pics! You have an amazing garden. Enjoy spring.

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    1. Sarah Rajkotwala - writer & spiritual teacher says:

      Thanks very much! I use the garden as a canvas I can paint on. πŸ˜‰πŸŒΌπŸ¦‹πŸŒΈπŸŒˆ

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  4. kunstkitchen says:

    Splendid Flowers! Thanks for sharing your garden. Delightful to see all that beauty.

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    1. Sarah Rajkotwala - writer & spiritual teacher says:

      Thanks so much love! ❀ Spring is an amazing time! xx

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  5. calmkate says:

    My what a beautiful garden you have Sarah, so nice to meet you! I particularly like all the colour, the native plants, and that hibiscus and the snapdragons, stunning πŸ™‚

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    1. Sarah Rajkotwala - writer & spiritual teacher says:

      Nice to meet you Kate! πŸ¦‹πŸŒΈThanks very much! πŸ’• I can’t help myself, I use the flowers as my paints and the whole garden as my living canvas!

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      1. calmkate says:

        so blessed to have such creative green thumbs πŸ™‚

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