I am getting in early and would like to wish you all a happy, fun, fantastic, sunny Australia Day. There’s not much more to say really other than tell you how lucky I feel to live in a country with such diverse, interesting and beautiful plants and wildflowers. I love that my garden flowers throughout the year with interesting flowers and colours and that those plants invite a wide range of birds, insects and critters with their nectars and protective foliage. It is wonderful that I can cut stems of native plants for longlasting colour and have little piles of gum nuts and gum leaves scattered around my home. These plants remind me of where I come from, where I am and where I wish to be. I hope you enjoy this collection of some of my favourite Australian native plant and wildflower pictures.
Have a wonderful long weekend and keep safe.
Until next time.
Welcome to the New Year! I hope the first nine days have been nothing but spectacular. If not, there’s still plenty of days left for improvment.
My days have been filled with swims in the ocean, bounties of summer fruits, relaxing picnics, catchups with friends, (a little too much) sleeping, followed by returning to work to find a spectacular discovery in my post box (if you follow any of my feeds on social media you will have seen it but if you don’t follow any… then you should get on board!)!
So, back to the post box… I received my copy of the winter edition of Dutch gardening magazine Tuinieren all the way from Holland and mentioned inside is me!!! How fabulous!!!
It’s a little mention but a mention none the less about ‘Gardens and Polka Dots’ and ‘Serendipity Garden Designs’.
I feel very honoured. It is a beautiful magazine and I have no doubt that if my Dutch was fluent I would enjoy the words along with the gorgeous pictures.
Thank you Tuinieren for inviting me to be apart of your beautiful magazine.
Until next time.
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Magazine Image: tuinieren.nl/