11th August 2020
Now here is a challenge hard to ignore. Dianne Fergusson writes on a recent rainy day;
” ………It may be gloomy today but I took this collage a few days ago to show some of the lovely Gardens to see in our village. They are all in front gardens and I hope they have not been damaged with this wind and rain. I would like to offer a bottle of bubbly to the first person to email me with the Villa numbers where these are situated. My email address is; difergusson@ optusnet.com.au
So go to it Allourians, take up the challenge!!!
Di has sent in this nice photo of a village flower bed and is convinced that this is a sign that Spring is on the way. Let us hope that it is not too long before our gardens begin to blossom again.
After a little bit of disruption and delay due to the Coronavirus lockdown, the Japanese themed garden in the courtyard at the Centre has finally been completed with the installation of a new fountain. The next time you are passing take the time to pause and admire the new addition, it really is quite calming. Well done Mirabel and Trudy.
Barrie sent in this photo and advises;
“….it is a giant cactus in my front garden and it only flowers during the the night.you have to get up early to see it because by lunch time it has drooped. When I lived in the old house it often had twenty or thirty blooms ….”
Barbara is once again loving the gardens at this time of year….
It has been a while since we posted some photos of our general village gardens, but there have been many comments that they are looking spectacular this year. A “well done” goes to our wonderful gardening staff..
Barbara recently sent in this photo but I am sure that there must be some more “gems” out there;
Rosemary C sent in these photos but it was difficult to decide whether to post them in this section or on the “Village Wildlife” page. Is that a Dinosaur I see??
Martina Zalm has provided these photographs taken around our village
Thanks go to Yocham Zalm for his many hours of toil to bring us this great array of herbs.
To quote that famous saying….
“Spring has sprung, the flowers are riz…. I wonder where the birdies is??”
Our village gardens are starting to show good signs of coming out of their winter slump… here are some very early signs and of course there will be many more to follow…..