Saturday, 30 January 2016

Summer rain

We've had quite a few thunderstorms in the past couple of days, fortunately they brought rain and not just lightening strikes in the dry landscapes. We received 50mm of rain on Thursday which has made the garden very lush again. Our veggie patch has gone crazy, I can almost watch the beans growing.


the beans I'm waiting to see Jack emerge


the herb garden and the rhubarb


I can't not show some art, this is another page in my collage journal
I'm teaching this workshop from my home in Melbourne and still have a couple of places left in my Tuesday classes, if you're interested in attending just send me an email I'll send you details.

Thanks for stopping by, I'm hoping to post more often this year.
This is two in a week, I can't believe it.


7 comments:

Heather said...

Your veg plot looks good - I love beans. I also love those colours of Australia - full of sunshine and warmth. Your students are in for a great time.

Marlien said...

Lovely garden.
What a little rain can do ;-)

Greatings from dark and wet Netherlamds

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

Counting all the years I have followed you...this one is a gem. Beautiful garden shots (rhubarb!!) and your journal pages are my favorite!!

lindacreates said...

I am so envious of your beautiful garden! Your journal page is lucious too. I wish I lived closer and I would definitely take your class.

Chyfey said...

Glad to hear your getting some rain down there,we in Queensland are enjoying the rain also.Does make it muggy though.

My veggie garden was doing good this summer till the back neighbours cows got in .............They seemed to have enjoyed it.

Im sure that everyone will have a great time at your workshops...

Win Dinn said...

No wonder you're looking for Jack, Ro - those beans are amazing. Lovely to see your post, and can hardly wait to read the next one too! xo

Heather said...

Thank you for your kind comment on my blog and the good advice - I will certainly try it out.