Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Around the Garden in Spring





The Irises and Roses are coming out!

There is something quite satisfying about cutting fresh flowers from your own garden. 

 I love this time of year, the irises are out and the roses are well on their way.




There is fresh growth on the hedges and the lawn is greening up.


The hedges have beautiful new green growth!


Looking across to the shearing shed


My healthiest of the Manchurian Pears


Looking across to the footy lawn





Harvey- camera shy!
Our newest area the Rose Garden - still needing to be hedged






The barley crop is ripening ready for harvest


 Harvest is getting pretty close and we are hoping to start in about 2 weeks!






I am rather impatient but this still relatively new garden is finally coming together. To anyone starting a new garden- hang in there it is worth the wait!


Hope you are all having a fabulous week.

PS If anyone has any tips on what to do with irises after they flower please share. I hate how they look after when the leaves die off.

9 comments:

Something Gorgeous said...

What a beautiful garden. You deserve to stand back and enjoy. Giulia.x

A-M said...

You know you live in heaven, don't you? A-M xx

Jenny said...

A beautiful garden Letitia. ;-)

Gild and Grace said...

Your property looks so amazing Letitia! Must be a pleasure to get up to that everyday :)

Abbey x

purely4kids said...

OMG - quick, I must get off the computer before my husband sees your beautiful photos - he'll have the for sale up in an instant in search of his own slice of heaven.

The Moerks said...

Your garden is developing beautifully Letitia, it has so many interesting layers.

Brooke said...

Your garden is stunning Letitia, and thank you for such a timely post! It's given me some great motivation to persevere in trying to establish our garden.

Squeak & Squirrel said...

Harvey! I love you, and the garden you get to bound around in. So pretty. xx

Angela said...

Letitia, it's been such a long time since I popped over for a visit but as usual, your beautiful home and garden make me totally green with envy! You are one blessed chickadee!

Angela x