Can you grow these gorgeous bulbs in your climate and what is your favourite colour? … More Flower of the day – white and yellow iris
Pretty pink Grevillea and buds ready to open … More Flower of the Day – Grevillea
When the winter weather is finally banished and spring takes over, the sun shines and Mother Nature shows us all her glory, walking outside on a sunny day, you can hear a buzz in the air as the bees are busy making pollen, flitting from flower to flower, working their magic. … More A time of renewal and rejuvenation – Spring Downunder
The water tumbled gently over large rocks, which had been worn smooth through the millenium by flooding waters, with potholes in the rock dug by swirling pebbles as the water washed through the valley.
… More Margaret River Discovery Tour and Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs
Creating its own micro-climate, bordered on one side by the Niagara River and Niagara Falls and set against a backdrop of mature trees … More Niagara Botanical Gardens – Niagara Falls
Our friends told us not to miss Niagara on the Lake, when we went to Niagara Falls. This little village was worth the thirty minute bus ride, which followed the river to Queenston and the sight of the Niagara Falls Botanic Gardens on the other side of the road was beautiful. The buildings of the … More A pretty, quaint town, Niagara on the Lake
there was the resident squirrel, but he was a little bit shier than our previous golden-mantle squirrels we have come across, and darted from one garden bed to another. Then would disappear up a tree. … More Squirrels play hide and seek, St James Park, Toronto