Friday, 2 May 2014

Autumn garden

Since I haven't blogged for ages, and I'm able to use the local library's wifi, I'm snatching the opportunity to put down a few words. Our internet at home has been down for ages and won't be back up for another week. Very frustrating. Thank goodness for the iPad and iPhone which work most of the time.

I know I haven't shown any photos yet of Keith Lo Bue's wonderful workshop in Brisbane but think I need my computer for that. So instead I have some photos of my autumn garden, where the bulbs are bursting forth ( and I still have several hundred to plant), the azaleas are confused about the season, and toadstools abound.
































Next week, Keith Lo Bue! I promise. Oh, and I'm meant to be doing an online workshop with Michael DeMeng right now but so far have missed the first week and a half. Sigh... Fingers crossed our internet will be up before it's all over.

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Location:Erina NSW

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful autumn garden!
    Hope your wifi is fixed soon...
    xox

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    1. Thanks, Anna, the garden is looking pretty good at the moment, even with the confusion of out of season flowers. I'm really hoping the wifi comes good very soon!

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  2. Magical. Love your garden. Our garden is confused too. We have anenomes out. And I have many, many bulbs still to plant.
    I hope the internet fairy lands for you very soon.

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    1. EC, I suspect our gardens will be confused for ever now. We will have to change our expectations most probably. I hope we both get our bulbs planted in time. And as for that internet fairy ...

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  3. Its lovely to hear from you and see some of the beauty in your garden. How frustrating about ypur internet! I hope you'll still be able to access the info from Michael de Meng

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    1. Hello Amanda! I know I left it too long - I'd forgotten I could post on my iPad. My garden is keeping me happy as always. I'm pretty sure I'll be able to access Michael's lessons, he is very generous!

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  4. love the view of your garden as a fan!

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  5. Hi Mo, I also did it in 360' but it made me feel dizzy. What a wonderful autumn we are having! So far raining at night and sunshiny during the day. Perfect!

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  6. Hi C - bit of a bummer regarding your internet being down - very frustrating indeed. Love the autumn colours - not sure I like the short days though.Look forward to your post on KLB workshop. Go well. B

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  7. Hi B, yes, Internet is driving me mad. All to do with NBN and whether we get it or not. The trench comes right to the house - not sure what the problem is. I'm enjoying autumn, even the short days but I'm also looking forward to spring. Don't we always...

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