Time running away
I can’t believe its September! I have been so busy since June I have been very slack with posting. June was spent in the Arctic and Scandinavia, seeing the amazing flowers and wildlife, including polar bears! A trip around Iceland was also amazing! I have been meaning to do a post on that but then got into my garden and the bush and it didn’t happen!
In July I ran a workshop on designing native gardens for the Murdoch Branch of the Wildflower Society, also the subject of future blogs!
I was glad the garden was in reasonable shape though when I received a call from Colin Barlow for the Home in WA show asking if they could film a segment in my garden!
Links to the segments, on the use of Seasol and Powerfeed are below with a link to the whole show for context.
It was a beautiful day on the 26th August when they filmed the segment, not even much wind and I think my garden looks pretty good for late winter!
The end of this week is the Landscape Design Conference in Melbourne so I will get to visit some amazing gardens in the Dandenongs and hear some wonderful speakers, hopefully to be reported in another future blog!