Friday, June 14, 2013

Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining?



G’day Blogworld,
Nice rain down here in the south-east corner, hey?


Should do the course the world of good. Winter orchids are due soon, and the preparations for the spring display is now hopefully well under way.

Looking back down the first fairway

Why the question mark in the heading? I’ve just planted 60 Callistemons. 40 of them are here ...

Small dam beside the 8th green
20 of them are here ...

Small dam (?) beside 1st green

Here’s an extract from the Australian National Herbarium website ...
Most Bottlebrushes occur in the east and south-east of Australia. Two species occur in the south-west of Western Australia and four species in New Caledonia. Bottlebrushes can be found growing from Australia's tropical north to the temperate south. They often grow in damp or wet conditions such as along creek beds or in areas which are prone to floods.

Well, we’ll see won’t we!


 Regards,
Gouldiae.

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