10 June 2007

- Sunday. 10 June 2007
There is a general belief that an indigenous garden is a garden without colour. Looking at these pics I have taken today in our garden, I tend to disagree.
It is nearly the middle of winter and our garden is vibrant with colour.

I am still intrigued by the knob on the Hedgehog Aloe's flower. It definitely looks like a genetic deformity. Can't wait to see whether the next flower also has the same knob.

The Strelitzias are flowering profusely at the moment ....

... and the bees are very active around the Pom Pom tree's flowers.

I'm leaving you with the following words of inspiration:

"The mind can go in a thousand directions,

but on this beautiful path,

I walk in peace.

With each step, a gentle wind blows.

With each step, a flower blooms."

- Flower power signing off


  1. The flowers are lovely and your garden always looks inviting.



  2. Desire 'n tuin is iets wat ek baie jare laas gehad het, want die hitte hier brand alles dood. So ek geniet jou foto's van jou tuin. Ek wonder hoeveel mense besef dat selfs 'n "tuin" iets is waarvoor ons elke dag moet dankbaar wees.

  3. Great blog! Your photography is amazing and I love your s/b layouts too. You are able to put so many pictures on each one, I like that!

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  6. Gorgeous Gorgeous flowers... Is it winter there then?? Its blistering hot here in Texas!!


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