The nights, and therefore, the mornings, are getting cooler here in sunny Perth, falling right down to 6 degrees C for most of this week. (It occasionally gets down as low as 1 or 2, but not until later in … Continue reading
Today in winter non-gardening: a field of self-seeded coriander in one of the raised beds.
We’ve been pretty busy this autumn/winter, and have done very little in the way of planting – a native hibiscus and a finger lime tree here, a Meyer lemon tree there, but not much else. We’re still eating from the garden, though: self-seeded coriander and cos lettuces mostly, the odd bit of random volunteer rocket coming through, plenty of herbs of course, and a profusion of limes.
In more decorative news, the grevilleas are flowering beautifully throughout. Here’s a Gingin Gem:
And a dry-climate boronia. You have to love the Perth winter: just look at that sky!
Anything growing where you are?