Month: May 2019

In my garden

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flowers / Garden / gardening / How does my garden grow? / succulents

I got the camera out yesterday and took a few snaps of my garden. I haven’t tended it much in a while but with sunshine and rain it seems to be thriving. We have our first day of Winter on Saturday! Can you find three herbs and guess what they are? There is oregano and thyme. We had a short break from Philosophy but start again tomorrow discussing Simone de Beauvoir and Existentialism. Should be […]

Feature: Geographe Community Landcare Nursery Inc.

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beautiful / flowers / Photography

OPEN DAY – MAY 11 I am assisting in the promotion of the 94th Annual Busselton Wildflower Exhibition to be held on 26 &27 September 2019. The Exhibition Committee and volunteers work in partnership with the Geographe Community Land-care Nursery Inc. and Coordinator, Rod Cary, a former TAFE lecturer in Margaret River. Rod’s scientific knowledge of native plant species is invaluable. He assists Exhibition volunteers with the accurate identification of wildflowers for display at the […]