Friday, 30 November 2007

November in the garden

Late yesterday afternoon I took some photos of beautiful things in the garden. This buddliea was covered in butterflies of several different varieties. They were difficult to photograph as they flittered around like butterflies !

This passionfruit rootstock is a weed but its flowers are still exquisite


The Tasmanian mountain pepper is so lush and very happy.

And next year's blood oranges are bravely forming.

This is my favourite plant because of its gorgeous scent and delicate white flowers. It is a philadelphus, or deciduous mock orange.

See more photos by clicking on the photos link.


Anonymous said...

What a lovely blog...I shall be able to while away a lot of time exploring it!

Kate said...

Thanks Fran !