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Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Flora on form

Twenty-five degrees at 8:30am but by 11am clouding over, with a possibility of storms in the air.

The oleander, Carmine's summertime crowning glory, are starting to flower white, peach, pink and yellow. Despite my daughter's locust-like interest, there are still strawberries, wild and cultivated, along the path and in the garden. The cherry trees are fruiting, and today I saw the first of the raspberries.

2 comments:

Mrs B said...

So how is the Oleander that you moved?

Louise said...

Doing a pretty good imitation of a Dodo!

Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Flora on form

Twenty-five degrees at 8:30am but by 11am clouding over, with a possibility of storms in the air.

The oleander, Carmine's summertime crowning glory, are starting to flower white, peach, pink and yellow. Despite my daughter's locust-like interest, there are still strawberries, wild and cultivated, along the path and in the garden. The cherry trees are fruiting, and today I saw the first of the raspberries.

2 comments:

Mrs B said...

So how is the Oleander that you moved?

Louise said...

Doing a pretty good imitation of a Dodo!