Forget-me-nots are everywhere, as they love to be, forming blue clouds under shrubs and along paths and fences.


I know I will have to pull them out soon.  They are already beginning to go to seed and the fuzzy seeds will stick to everything, socks and sleeves especially.


But I want to enjoy them as long as I can.

The banksia is about to pop into bloom.


The strawberry pot has been replanted.


I’ve a new felicia to replace the one which failed to thrive in a new spot.  This time, it’s in a pot.


What I call a regenerating forest of kowhai (i.e. I didn’t plant them) is in full flower and is full of birds, particularly wax-eyes, and bees.


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