Bulb planting time – spent the last few days planting tons of bulbs. These were dug up from a large clump and released from each other to start anew. Happy gardening and always be … botanical. 🙂 #
Posted in autumn, Bulbs, garden diary, garden photography, garden writing, gardenlife, Jonquils
Tagged be botanical, daffodil bulbs, Jonquils, narcissus bulbs, plants for life, seasonal pleasures, tulip bulbs
A cool morning walk – even the horsies are rugged up! A very dry start to autumn.
Posted in autumn, bushland, garden photography, gratitude, Lifestyle, Morning, mountain gardens
Tagged autumnal mornings, beautiful horses, country life, country living, golden hues, mountain gardens
A very hot weekend so we have escaped to the seaside. An early morning walk and one seagull to keep us company.
We are mindful that some areas on the other side of Melbourne are impacted by bushfires.
Tomorrow will be another hot one.
Flowering here in the garden only once a year.
These hot pink geraniums are putting on a show this summer.
Posted in garden features, garden photography, garden sculpture, Geraniums
Tagged flowers, garden diary, garden features, garden photography, gratitude, inspiration, mountain homes, pink geraniums, seasons
Mid-week in the garden – weeding, raking and admiring the blushing rhododendrons.
My mum passed away last week when the jacarandas were in full bloom. We will miss you so much xxx
Posted in Family history, garden diary, garden photography, Life and meaning, Life lessons, memorials, memories, mothers, South East Queensland
Tagged goodbye, inspiration, jacaranda trees, Life and meaning, life events, love, memories, mothers, parks
A cool walk before the heat sets in – visiting the subtropics.
Sharing time together and the power of ritual, nature and love.
Posted in community garden, garden photography, South East Queensland, Symbolism, Travel
Tagged Decks, garden journal, gratitude, inspiration, memories, nature, serenity, symbolism, together with daughter, walks
Today as the new school term begins I am home and very excited to be a retired teacher. However, I am now calling this portion of life – renewal. May you too find your renewing moments this week – happy garden life.
Posted in garden photography, garden sculpture, garden statues, gardenlife, philosophy, re- direction, renewal
Tagged garden journal, garden sculpture, gratitude, inspiration, redirection, renewal, retirement, serenity, symbolism