Six on Saturday – Spring is in the Air

It has been a long cold winter for us and the slow blossom progression towards spring is evident as each day passes.  

The almond trees on the drier parts of the property are flowering but not our one near the house, it is luxuriating in all the cold winter moisture. Filling its Buds. The Manchurian pear has burst one blossom and our earliest Peach tree is in full blossom.

An op-shop chair I bought a number of years ago for my dressing table, annoyingly had a seat that kept on falling off. So instead I removed the seat, and replaced it with a hanging basket and liner and now is having a successful second life out in my garden.
The primulas have started to bloom with the lobelias
A close-up of my raised salad bed, the cos lettuces look scrumptious and will hopefully keep us in salad all summer long as the lettuces are the ridiculous price here of $6.50 each because of recent floods to the crops in the eastern states. The price of spiritual ascension that is causing all the floods to clear the land to make way for our new love age. Water is a sacred cleansing element and can remove centuries of human negativity. Growing your own vegetables is really a great insurance policy against climate extremes πŸ₯¬πŸ₯•

French lavender with an Ericepholas africanus plant in the background. Both extremely drought tolerant plants.
This particular daisy plant has an attractive rounded habit.
I am enjoying the starry flowers of this Euryops daisy variety. It takes well by cuttings and I am dotting them around my winter garden for their bright cheer.
This vintage rose variety called Old Blush has decided to start flowering in the middle of winter much to my delight! It is well known to do so in mild climates. It is only a baby plant now, but will eventually grow to quite a size.

That’s all from me. Happy Gardening! πŸ¦‹πŸŒΈπŸ’žπŸ§šβ€β™€οΈ

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Rosie Amber says:

    Lovely pictures form your garden, it looks like winter is on its way out for you.

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    1. Sarah Rajkotwala - Author & Spiritual Teacher says:

      Thanks Rosie ❀ Yeah, the signs of spring are in the air!

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