New growth on the smaller of my road-trip hydrangeas. Image: Su Leslie 2020
The hydrangea bushes (well, full-sized plant and little stem) brought back from Whanganui are both looking healthy and have new growth.
New flowers on the larger road-trip hydrangea. Image: Su Leslie 2020
Not quite knowing how to care for my gifted plants, I’ve read and tried to follow advice both online and in print. For now, it seems that lavish amounts of attention and water have been enough.
A belated contribution to the Ragtag Daily Prompt | hope
Raindrops on hydrangea flowers. Image: Su Leslie 2020
The bush-fire orange cast in our skies yesterday had largely blown away by evening, and this morning we woke to find it had rained overnight. Since no more is forecast for this week, I am feeling incredibly grateful for the little bit of relief the rain brought both to the garden and our air quality.
Raindrops on blue borage flower. Image: Su Leslie 2020
Posted to Macro Monday
We probably won’t quite have home-grown plums on Christmas Day, but I don’t think we’ll be waiting too long.
And the tinsel — less a seasonal touch than an attempt to keep the birds from eating the fruit.
Looking forward to our first tomatoes of the season. Image: Su Leslie
Sunshine, big skies, more beautiful gardens and the full no-cloud Mt Taranaki experience.