Aireys inlet — So, I had to dip into my iPhoto archive 4 years back to find an image to share with you. I love this plant’s rakish appearance and have often photographed it on Ted’s Ridge Track behind the house. I have read that the Wurunjeri people at Coranderrk Station near Melbourne called this orchid ‘koolin’, and ate its tubers cooked or raw. The flower itself is only a few inches long, but is a great j...
Santa fe — Last evening I attended a lovely garden party to celebrate the first anniversary of Santa Fe’s official Botanical Garden. It’s a modest launch to a very worthwhile enterprise, both the botanical plant...
Aireys inlet — Friends and family from Europe and North America have written and rung to find out if we are safe from the New South Wales fires. We are! The nearest are about 1000 k away from us burning across the...
In the pink
Winter flowers stand in for snowfall.
Spring Has Sprung
"And why do you worry about clothes? See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labour or spin." (Matthew 6:28)
Water lilies at the end of summer
Crepuscule with Pie
A shock of a bloom,resting against your hand,wisp of spring,a promise made,an apple tree to witness.
Optimists and Pessimists
Out of the shadows
They neither reap nor sow
Seasons in Australia
An urban wild flower meadow
Hollyhock Stop: Santa Fe Style IV
Stopped by surprised delight!
Botanical Garden: Santa Fe Style VI
The roses are blooming
Early summer daisies
King's Cross in Bloom
Seeds and purpose
Found out the lovely flowering bushes are lilacs. Collected a bunch to make simple syrup with. I sense champagne cocktails in my future.
Day 72 #100HappyDays: Bouquet
Day 66 #100HappyDays: In bloom
And so the adventure begins...
Wow! What Wonderful Wisteria!
Spring in Edinburgh, Scotland.
A Spring Bloom.
Just being youthful
This certainly brings back memories!
Even more gold!