Spring has Sprung and so I thought I would take you for a walk in the garden amongst the trees and shrubs (and weeds).
|Strawberries nearly ready to eat|
My poor, long suffering Jacaranda that has taken 12 years to flower.
The white Jacaranda is ready to flower.
The orange flowers of the Silky Oak.
The North Queensland Ice-Cream tree in bloom. It produces large seed pods that when scraped out and eaten, taste like vanilla ice-cream.
|A little visitor – Rainbow Lorikeet|
The cousin of the red flame tree (Brachychiton acerifolius) – Brachychiton Bidwilli (Little Kurrajoing)
My coffee bush. One year I gathered all the beans, roasted them slowly for hours, ground them and made a cup of coffee. It actually tasted OK.