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Friday, September 9, 2016

Spring has arrived...



...as always with a motley variety of colourful blooms.


Spring lets you plan, awakes you to try new adventures wherever you are, whatever you do, spring never fails you. Ts






The easily grown Dendrobium Orchids belong into the spring garden.






Mango tree in flower, expecting a good crop.





A breath of soft blue from salvia fallax







Johnny jump up



Osteospermumdaisybushes genus of flowering plants belonging to the Calenduleae, one of the smaller tribes of the sunflower/daisy family Asteraceae.

They are available in many colours and play a big part in my subtropical garden, as they are also  easily propagated from cuttings.


















Spring, birdsong in moll and dur early in the morning.





.... back in full vigor, the lovely Black Knight Salvia.











Lavender for its beauty, toughness and warm scent.




Tillandsia lives on air; what a great makeup.




Mini peach tree has put on a new show  of dark red leaves.




French lavender always in my garden. Love the combination of soft lavender colour and grey, nature always at its best.




Emerging Salvia blooms, perfect.




Geranium, an oldie but a goodie.




Azalea Madame Bolton in full spring regalia.








Browallia

Sunny yellow suits my garden.





The absolutely gorgeous  Abutilon










No spring garden without the perfume of Orange blossoms, promising juicy fruit next winter.





Delightful orange Abutilon, bird and bees love them for their nectar.








Here, Salvia Meigan's Magic ready for her flowering time, spring and all summer long.




Wonderful snow white Gerbera, always great performers, spring and summer into autumn.







Believe it or not;

...there are many more to see, to smell, to touch to enjoy.

6 comments:

  1. Trudi, my virtual visits to your garden is always such a delight. It's an explosion of colours and all so beautiful. I don't know where to start. The tillandsia adds so much beauty and character to your magical garden.

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    1. Thank you Kanak, so nice to meet you here in my garden.

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  2. You live in a garden wonderland. Your hard work pays off.

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    1. Thank you Diane, not travelling much anymore, all the energy goes into the garden.

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  3. Wunderbar ist der Frühling in Eurem Garten liebe Titania, das Resultat deiner treuen Arbeit im Einklang mit der Natur. Einfach fantastisch!

    Wir geniessen in der Schweiz noch herrlich warme Sommertage, obwohl eigentlich schon der Herbst begonnen hat. Dein Beitrag habe ich auf Twitter geteilt, okay?

    Schöne Frühlingszeit und liebe Grüsse nach Brisbane
    Elfe

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  4. Danke dir sehr liebe Elfe. Ja, es ist schoen wenn der Herbst noch warme Tage beschert. Meine Tochter und Familie war dieses Jahr wieder in der Schweiz und Oesterreich zum Wandern. Sie haben es sehr genossen. Ich hoffe es bleibt noch lange schoen warm. Es ist wie ein geschenk vor dem Winter. Aber die Seasons sind auch schoen.

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