a few garden pics from autumn and spring


Earthstar fungi

Black House Spider with dead fly

Unidentified fungi

Yam Daisy

Cistus x skanbergii

Erigeron, Blue Fescue grass and self seeded Valerian

Purple wallflower with Dietes bicolor and Pittosporum in background

Orange wallflower with silver leaved Santolina and Euphorbia Silver Swan

Comments

  1. Good to hear from you again!Your garden is looking very colourful as summer arrives with you, our gardens are winding down and we are getting everything ready for winter.

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  2. Hi Pauline, lovely to hear from you after all this time. (I have become a very occasional blogger).

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  3. Poor beautifully colored dead fly! I have many earthstar fungi in my garden. They are fascinating don't you think?

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    1. I'm surprised that the spider hasn't eaten the fly. Maybe it prefers less colourful food. Earth stars wonderful and fascinating I agee.

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  4. Good to see your garden flourishing.

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    1. Hi diana, Garden flourishing but blog is dwindling

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  5. That Earthstar fungi was neat looking.

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  6. Hi Sue! Two last pictures are SO beautiful! Texture!!!

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    1. thanks Tatyana, the front garden is looking great this spring, your comment reminds me to take more pics before summer ravages it.

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  7. Beautiful pictures of gardens. Thanks for this great collection.
    http://gardendeva.com.au/

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    1. thanks, Michael, gardening in Perth must be a bit of a challenge.

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