Spring is in the air.
Granny loves the changing seasons.
The crisp cold of winter, with the rain that nourishes our land and the Soft temperatures of Autumn, with the lazy days and leaves fluttering to the ground.
Then there are the warm days of summer. (as long as they don't get too hot), with the day light saving and eating our meals out side and going to the beach.
Spring comes with the wonderful scent of flowers wafting through the air.
Like the Jasmine.
Then Granny says that the garden needs to be fertilized.
So what do we have to do????
Does it Pong???? Fhewwww... it is on the nose.
Then granny says "Don't worry the smell will be gone in 3-4 days.
What do we have to do???
Go around with a peg on our noses.
She says it makes the flowers grow so the garden smells nice.
I beg your Pardon!!!! you just put stink all over the garden.
"What is wrong with humans, I just don't get it."
Yep!! you got it. Grow pretty flowers and then what???
Lovely lavender that smells so beautiful, (If we could smell it)
So after fertilizing we have to mulch. Well that was more fun.
I could nearly hide in this straw. It is supposed to keep the moisture in the soil when it gets cooking hot...
At least I had a ride in the barrow.
Granny is happy now and she hopes to smell her garden again (ONE DAY)
I just found some photos of some of our Australian native flowers for you.
We don't grow them in our yard, although we love taking a gander at them.
This is a Waratah
This is a Hakea.
And this one is the Sturt Dessert Pea.
After a stinky, pong day, I had a wash and ate toast, with peanut butter and honey on top.
Yum, Diddly Scrumptious.
With a warm cup of chocolate milk.
I'm off to bed with a honey biscuit under my nose, so I can smell, and dream of good things.
See you all next week.
Spring has sprung and all the little lambs are born at this time of the year.
I hope you like them.
Best Spring wishes to all my followers.
My thought for the day.
"A garden is a place where you plant your dreams."