Blossomtime, is a time of joyful anticipation of what’s to come!

The original aboriginal inhabitants of South Australia used to maintain that our state had 13 different seasonal parts to the year. I would have to concur spring here doesn’t suddenly start is eases through, late winter, and early spring, each new flower blooms in part of the procession in exactly the right time, for the…

Welcome September!

Have a great September lovely people! Keep warm and dry, the earth is giving herself a gentle cleanse with floods and water. Keep safe, listen to your intuition (via your feelings) to be in the right place at the right time, all will be well in the fullness of time. Much love Sarah xx ♥`*•✿¸.•…

Flowers are kisses from God

Flowers are kisses from God. Every flower holds a gift. ♥`*•✿¸.• •♥`*•✿¸.• •*¨`*•✿¸.•✿*¨`*•✿¸.*•-:¦:-*~ღஐƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒஐღ*~ღஐƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒஐღ Words and photo by Sarah Rajkotwala – writer & spiritual teacher at @Love In Action and Petals & Buds Spiritual Teaching and Nature Classes — at Petals & Buds Weekly Spiritual Development classes at Hansborough South Australia, (Wed and Sat mornings for…

Albertine & Bonica roses in my garden

We have had a bumper year for rain here in Southern Australia and my old roses flowered so beautifully and bountifully this year. It has been a parade of loveliness each week another variety starts to bloom and celebrate the beauty of life in a way that only roses know how. Here flowering is the…

Sunset on my Favourite Salvia

  Here is the sun setting behind my very favourite salvia, Saliva californica. I have many salvias in my garden but this variety, with its tough drought tolerant ways and masses of sky blue flowers on a very statuesque frame is such a delight. I enjoy its early spring show every year and look forward…