Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Flowers Through the Year.

I'm not sure if the group that instigated the Garden of the Month Challenge expects one for December, but I don't think that I'll have time to do it anyway! This above is the Hippeastrum lily currently in flower in my garden, my reflection on a garden for the month of November As always a click on the image will enlarge it a little for you to be able to see the stitching..
L-R  Here are the flowers from 6 different gardens for the various months this year. A Poinsettia from a park in Brisbane, a type of Iris from a local park, a Lotus from The Blue Lotus Garden just out of Melbourne, a Passion Flower from a Marraweeney country garden, a Blood Lily from the Melbourne Botanic gardens and a Hellebore from the Garden of St Erth in Blackwood, Victoria.
L-R again, a Native Rose flower from the Cranbourne Botanic Gardens which specialises in Australian native plants, a Hibiscus from my own garden, an old fashioned single rose from a neighbour's garden and the Hippeastrum, again from my own garden.

No comments: