The makings of a summer salad or two…
Purple Snow Peas!
Herbs to enhance all manner of dishes…
Society Garlic Flower
The gorgeous garlic (Monaro Red, I think…) planted months ago with my sister-in-law AJ! xx
Lovely to have a few fruit trees finally in the garden… and a quiet place to sit on balmy evenings.
Our new little ‘Gala’ Apple Tree
Lime Flower and Fruit
The very first peaches on our Peach Tree
Teeny Tiny Cumquat
Blueberries plumping up
Back Deck… perfect spot for BBQs and a G&T
Back Deck with quirky gum
Nicki’s Feijoa | Pineapple Guava
Ornamental Grape Vine – wishing there were grapes!
Strawberries on the way…
Strawberries being grown by our youngest…
Bottle Brush in Fire Engine/Christmas Red!
Sturt’s Desert Peas (Swainsona Formosa), seen on a leisurely walk with friends in the Australian National Botanic Gardens here in Canberra yesterday afternoon. These unique little flowers are native to the arid regions of Australia. They are also the floral emblem of the state of South Australia.
A snapshot of spring flowers readying themselves to bloom in our garden.
The Magnolia tree in full flower. Hoping that any wind will remain gentle for a little longer.
Bulbs making a surprise appearance amongst the lemongrass.
The new-found warmth from the sun appreciated by all who bask beneath.
Spring is but 4 days old, but already instilling it’s quiet sense of beauty through growth.