a grove of Silver Birches underplanted with daffodils,
hedges of Photinia (red) and Camellias (green) for wind breaks.
We also went to the Japanese Gardens at nearby Cowra, where the cameras were again whirring. Here are just a few vistas.
Coming from the NSW Central Coast as I do, our winters are just not cold enough to support ornamental blossom trees such as these. Camellias and Wisteria do well but most of the plants in Orange and Cowra here like a chilly winter. Today we are in Western NSW at Dubbo and tomorrow go on to Trangie, on the edge of the Far West. Hotter, drier, very, very different.