Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Gardening.....

This red rose is so vibrant............it's "Satchmo" a new rose to my garden...........
A big wilga tree fell down on the back fence in the wind on Saturday...........lucky the fence is not too damaged..............
The garden is looking good..........Jacarandas just starting to get a bit of purple.............aggies throwing heads up everywhere...........
Picked some mulberries for pies............
Summer is here the constant watering has started............
35 forecast for today..........
thats going to be a shock for the system........
Catch you later.......
Chookyblue.......

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16 comments:

  1. Lovely coloured rose there! Phew, glad there wasn't too much damage there with the tree falling down!

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  2. Lovely garden,hope you can water for sometime so you can enjoy it. We are still quite green here and Jack the sheep is finding it hard to keep the grass down in his paddock. He`s been shorn so seems happy. Happy Stitching.

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  3. Hi Chooky your garden is looking fantastic,i love your new rose,boy 35deg which that was our temp for today,lol xx

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  4. Your garden looks terrific and that rose is lovely, Chooky. I had mine professionally pruned this year and they're looking great. Double Delight is my favourite. Glad that tree didn’t cause too much damage. 35!! Rather you than me.

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  5. Your garden looks terrific and that rose is lovely, Chooky. I had mine professionally pruned this year and they're looking great. Double Delight is my favourite. Glad that tree didn’t cause too much damage. 35!! Rather you than me.

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  6. Looking beautiful. I adore roses - my favourites especially the fragrant ones. Our aggies have also just come out. We transplanted these from mum and dad's house - they are so hardy.

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  7. Hello Donna,

    Firewood for next year! I love Mulberries, what are you planning on making with them or do you just stand and eat. Enjoy that new rose.

    Happy days.
    Bev.

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  8. It was a shock to the system all right. Storms here today. The garden looks good. Hope you some help cleaning up the tree....

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  9. Oh those berries look so tempting! Our gardens have all been put to bed. I await lots of snowy quilting days!

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  10. So nice to see your garden thriving. Ours is way behind yours. Try to stay cool.

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  11. We are starting into winter here, we had the first days below 0°C and the gardening year has come to an end. I have a rose that still has some red flowers on it, but not long and they will be gone until next year.
    KATRIN W.

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  12. That is a beautiful rose, stunning colour. Shame the tree came down, but thank goodness the fence wasnt damaged. Your garden is looking great...boy the temps have rushed up!! Sitll under 20 here.

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