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Australian and New Zealand Gardening: Seachanger picture (TEA ROOM # 90)

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Seachanger wrote:
Morning all..... beautiful here this morning, the bay is as blue as the sky.

Pam, I had no idea that Jerky was sold here, let alone someone make their own...have to ask, how do you use it?......I just think of tough old cowboys, chewing on it....lol

Thanks for the comments on that pic.....my husband can't see the magic...

Moon, close ups of flowers are appreciated too, sometimes if the actual bush isn't really photogenic,
just the flower is enough, I think.
Proteas are a good example...the flowers for some reason don't stand out, but on their own, they are stunning...

Jean, have a great day in Mt Gambier.....I bought a Salvia yesterday...you will have it because it's common..S.wagerianum....it was a large shrub, so I put it under the Peach tree...It looks lovely because the tree is bare and the pendulous pink flowers reach to the lower branches...
This is another from that small nursery in Portarlington...It's a one man operation and some of the plants have grown thru their pots into the ground..but boy does he have some interesting plants, if you care to push thru the jungle..good prices too.


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