It was looking at me.
Then I saw it’s face.
A couple Norm took from the end of the drive way.
Yes, the garden “pond” has six new residents.
They love hiding
but they’re all there.
I gave up telling them apart
so no names yet.
The beginnings of our courtyard garden. The lawn is looking great so we’ll need to be careful not to ruin it now that plans and digging has begun.
Screening, pond and native garden. Slow and steady.
And still collecting rain water.
View from rear steps.
There’s not much room but it’s just enough to start propagating. We have a few mature plants but I love watching plants grow from seeds, seedlings or even cuttings. Everything from succulents to ferns. Herbs and vegetables… although we’re limited of how much space but it’s a start.
Mixed lettuce (the pot in background has spinach seeds in it)
I bought this about a month ago online from our favourite nursery not far from home. We used the click and collect option. The stag was all green with just a fine outline of the lower part in a brown tinge when we mounted it to the fence. It could be the cooler Autumn weather we’re experiencing but it also could be just early days of the relocation. Any ideas? Derrick? other’s? Anyone? Don’t forget this is Australia.
I’m in the Garden
A new category has been set up so I can keep all my garden photos together and in order of dates the photos were taken. When you see a post that’s been archived in I’m in the Garden you know I’ve been busy.
Scroll through to view progress and regular changes.