It’s Daffodil Day


Daffodil day (23/8) was lovely with lots of support from everyone, I’ll be donating $60 to the Cancer Council.

Fathers Day – Sunday 1st September – don’t be shy…. Give him flowers or a plant for the garden or his office.


Daffodils are delightful; freesias are fabulous; tulips are terrific; poppies are popular; sweet peas are super & ranunculus are ravishing.


Wintery cyclamens, delicate cinerarias, stunning cliveas & flowery jasmine. herbs are finally starting, keep an eye out as more will be coming over the next few weeks. For an instant colour pick me up try polyanthus or petunias, indoors or out. There has been no rain so everything is really dry, so keep watering & prepare your garden for spring. The days are finally getting a bit longer so there is no excuse not to get out into the garden.

You all seem to really like my lanterns, I’ve had lots of comments as well as enquiries to purchase them, but unfortunately they are not for sale – not until I go back to Vietnam and buy some more.

Spring is on its way – not long to go now.


Thanks Liane