Friday, 2 November 2012

squeak of the week

It has been a while since posting some of the exciting beauties that have been out flowering there hearts out. October in Sydney is another exciting month as we will soon hit summer where no doubt some of those more delicate plants will sit and sulk until the worst of the heat has gone (don't really blame them to be honest).

Prostanthera sp. found at the start of a bushwalk near Wentworth Falls

This little beauty Sarcochilus was in a hanging basket at a clients. I love the little balls before the orchid opens

I am not usually a fan of geraniums (well Pelargonium) but these 2 were just so delicate

Malus ioenisis is my absolute favourite crab apple. And there is even a native bee visiting

Yes folks this is my 5th blueberry, the first had to be sampled for ripeness :o)
Hope you all have fun plans for the weekend.  Talk to you later


  1. Wonderful pics. Love the prostanthera especially. I picked my first blueberry yesterday - it wasnt quite ripe but it tasted good.

    1. Blueberries are so good and they never as good at the shop.

  2. Hi Jen,

    I would like to get in touch (sorry could not find your email address) to see if you are interested to run a gardening product giveaway on your blog. Can you please tell me what will be the best way to contact you?