Welcome everyone to my new Floral Fridays Feature.
The only common ingredient for your posts is that it pertains to flowers or trees. Whether that be pictures of your garden, fabric, stories, poems, or anything else you would like to share.
I will try to show you a picture or two each week of flowers which are currently making an appearance in my garden.
This is my lovely white Hebe. I named the bush Miss Hebe as she was far too beautiful not to have her own identity. These gorgeous long spikes are covered with a hundred or so tiny, perfectly formed little flowers which the bees just love, as you can see.
This is my Dwarf Pomegranate. This dear little bush was transplanted when we moved. It went from the garden to a pot for 12 months and then into the new garden. It struggled with the very wet winter and looked like it was a 'goner' but as you can see it has rallied beautifully.
Lastly, this is a stunning purple pelargonium. When we first moved to Korumburra I was thrilled to see that the garden next door had lots of gorgeous pelargoniums. Clearly they grow well here which was very good news as I just love them.
I'm really looking forward to seeing your posts - so get those cameras out and get clicking!