The weather has just been fantastic and I can't get enough of the glorious blue skies and the bird song at the moment. Our nights are certainly getting a little cooler and our days shorter as our rather wimpy Winter approaches. I, unfortunately, haven't been able to do much around the garden ... in between national literacy and numeracy testing, school-based assessment and reporting, it's been very hectic at work.
Torenias are back. I love these plants. Not only do they have the cutest little flowers, but they re-seed themselves every year. These are the original varieties and I've had them for such a long time now. The newer hybrids don't re-seed much at all, so I often just purchase new seedlings when they appear in the nurseries.
My potted Azleas are beginning their Winter display once more. There are also one or two blooms on my one and only Azalea growing in a garden bed. I always enjoy seeing these beautiful flowers through our Winter here.
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