August 12, 2011

A Little Walk Through The Garden.

The New House garden is slowly getting tidied up a little.  I can't do any planting until the water supply is sorted out, so I have potted some pretty things to add colour for the next few months and have started to just neaten the rest.  My parents have been here for a few days and we got rid of stacks of rubbish which has helped a lot.  There are also lots of bulbs and smaller plants hidden in the garden and discovering them has been exciting.

I thought I would give you a little tour of some of my favourite things and places in the garden at the moment.

A Nice Place To Sit
View Through Some Trees Looking South
Polyanthus On The Verandah Table
Up The Back
A Snowdrop

So there you have it - a little walk around my garden to brighten up a winter's morning.

Have a great weekend everyone.

16 comments:

BushBelles said...

Its looks heavenly and I love that it looks like it may be nearly springtime at your place. bushbellesxo

cheryl @ nefotlak. said...

oh to have a cuppa on that verandah!
lovely.
your post reminds me that spring is coming soon - thank goodness.
i've a frozen body to thaw out from this year's canberra winter.
brrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
cheryl xox.

Sydney Shop Girl said...

I love your verandah, AFW!

I agree, it's the perfect place of a cup of tea and a good read.

Have a lovely weekend.

SSG xxx

Sydney Shop Girl blog

Naturally Carol said...

It looks so peaceful there! I love your pots of polyanthus and your beautiful wicker furniture too. Have a lovely weekend.

Gemma @ My Big Nutshell said...

positively GORGEOUS!! Hows the serenity sitting on your lovely chairs?

Zara said...

Beautiful. What a great spot you've got there. x

itsanaddiction said...

You have such a lovely garden... loving those cute birdie plant pots!

Bungalowgirl said...

My god ,I have been directly transported back to the set of Macleod's Daughters with that porch photo. I am now presuming you have an assortment of hunky farmy blokes driving round in utes, quads and helicopters and then setting up outdoor moonlit baths in the middle of a paddock. And it's sooo green- it's a dust bath at our place. Your garden is gorgeous and I love that you are discovering new plants hidden away.

Kakka said...

Oh can I come and have a cuppa with you on that gorgeous verandah?

Loving those little pots too!

Anonymous said...

You are lucky to live in the country. My Dad is a country boy and he hates the city. I can see why when I look at your photos, everything looks so peaceful and beautiful.

Mrs Bok - The Bok Flock said...

A gorgeous green hideaway. I can't wait for spring!

I'm So Fancy said...

I could hang out and read a book in peace...sounds dreamy.

Tania @ Out Back said...

Looks like a beautiful setting where you are. The veranda looks so welcoming and relaxing, I bet is nice sitting there watching the world go by...

Jane said...

love your photos. thanks for brightening my day. happy weekend. Jane x

kexkez said...

Your house has such wonderful views. I love those little pot plant pots. Where did you get them?

A Farmer's Wife said...

kexkez - the pots were actually from Big W! I got them a few years ago as part of the Jamie Durie range - I think they still have something similar.