Some Kind of Delicious

Some kind of delicious! More Dutch iris in our garden. This time yellow and white!✿ •.*•-:¦~ღஐƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒஐღ#FlowerPower #gardening #gardentwitter #naturelovers  #cottagegarden #planttwitter #gardeningaustralia #flowers

It’s Still Early Spring and the Flowers Have Gone Beserk!

It’s still early spring and the flowers have gone berserk this year! Thank you fairies!✿ •.*•-:¦~ღஐƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒஐღ#FlowerPower #gardening #gardentwitter #naturelovers  #cottagegarden #planttwitter #gardeningaustralia #flowers #flowersonfriday #fairiesarereal

Six on Saturday – Following The Garden Path of Least Resistance

This past month I have been busily planting and consolidating new and old plant areas in my garden. My front garden I have been adding to over the last three years. Replacing old euryops daisies and roses that died in the drought years a few years ago. I have been filling up these garden beds…

Six on Saturday – Slow Spring Wonders

It has been a little blustery the last few days, I have been gardening dodging showers. Still planting the last of the new fruit trees. I planted two citrus trees, a Lemonade (a mixture between a lemon and lime, good for a natural tangy salad dressing) tree and a Mediterranean Sweet orange tree, to have…

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…