Hello fellow garden lovers!
I’ve been following The Propagator’s “Six on Saturday” for a little while now and have been loving seeing all of your photos.
So here are my 6… fresh from Western Australia.
1. New recycled ‘seats’. I almost cried when I saw these cut up for garden waste clean up in the city. Who in their right mind cuts down an old Moreton Bay Fig?! No way were these babies getting chipped. Three trailers later and help lifting and I have new seating for the garden.
2. My Goji berry bush has SURVIVED 😊. grown from Aussie organic berries from a health food shop (means they weren’t irradiated and would grow, Biosecurity treat a lot of imported foods).
I had lots of plants but the kangaroos and rabbits loved them to death. But this one is coming back! Hooray!
3. The experiment that wasn’t supposed to live. Black Sapote. Still living in above 40 degree celcius summers and frosty winters. Huh. That’s cool. Would be twice the size but my kids snapped it in half.
4. The second time the paintbrush lily has flowered at the block. So pretty.
5. The pineapple collection. I love as it gets cool the leaves turn a gorgeous red. Not the right climate for fruit but they have survived frost here and are pretty anyway. All grown from the tops after my kids demolish the fruit.
6. A WA bush block is never complete without grasstrees. This one is my favourite because when you walk close you can smell the honey in the beehive.
Thank you for reading my 6. I look forward to reading and gardening vicariously through yours.