After a few weeks away on holiday, we were interested to see how our garden would be. My parents looked after it whilst we were gone, but with barely any rain there was not surprisingly a couple of casualties: a Banksia spinulosa dwarf that I had put in recently died and my Xerochrysum bracteatum ‘Dargan Hill Monarch’ is … More Garden update: ripening fruit, pickling peppers, and caterpillars
After a cooler than usual spring, we have finally had an increase in temperature and with that we have had an increase in insect visitors to our garden. On a warm day I really enjoy just standing in the garden with my camera and seeing what insects are about. Many of them are too small … More Increase in temperature = increase in insects
It has been quite a bit of time between posts, but not a massive lot has happened in our garden since my last post. We did, however, lose our much-loved dog to old age about a month ago. The garden doesn’t seem to be the same without her asleep in the sun. It has been … More Spring weather is finally here!