Sunday, 15 July 2007

The garden is underway. Three Dargon Hill Monarchs, a Callistemon 'White Anzac' and an Alyogyne 'West Coast Gem'. Both the everlastings and Alyogyne are in bud. No doubt they'll come into their own the day after I leave for Queensland.

They've been watered in by steady rain at the end of last week. Today they received lots of sunshine. The neighbour's cats haven't decided to lie on them. Yet. However, they have to face the paper boy, who now appears to be using them as targets for the Age. Luckily, he's a rubbish shot.

I've located a potential source of vesicular basalt. It's just a matter of finding time to get to the site with all the other stuff going on. Still, a garden is something that develops slowly.

Now for the next section ... the red and green.

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