Category Archive for 'General nature.'

April Roundup.

We’ve had the best autumn break for years, 100 mm plus at the time of writing, everything is green and moist, and the garden plants are loving it. The soft easterly rain settles on the grevillea flowers making them look even more beautiful, these drops are on Peaches and Cream, probably the most vigorous and […]

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The Avon in Autumn.

Gale force winds abated overnight giving rise to a pleasant Autumn day, ideal for a trip into the bush. Mount Angus Creek, an Avon tributary was the first stop, tall forest on the south side of the ridge, Mountain Grey Gum, huge Blue Oliveberry trees, Christmas Bush, Prickly Currant, Hazel Pomaderris, ferns on the shaded […]

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