Here are two very special places in my world.
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Lovely, GOF. I can almost hear the cassowaries scratching around. Unfortunately, I can also hear the mozzies. That kinda broke the spell…
A piece of heaven. I tried growing a tree fern but despite watering with a bucket the drought claimed it. My Dad used to grow them, I wish I had asked him the secret!
I tried growing a tree fern but despite watering with a bucket the drought claimed it. Oh, we grow a tree fern here in Toowoomba, along with one of those bird's nest thingies. I just bunged them in the ground and forgot 'em. They never looked back. Just thought I should tell you that, FD. I know you need cheering up…
I love ferns and those tree ferns are like great-grandpa ferns! Lovely.
Unfortunately, I can also hear the mozzies. That kinda broke the spell…Very few mosquitos Snowy because of the altitude. Cassowaries, yes…and a few feral pigs too.
just bunged them in the ground and forgot 'em.I just wasted my time giving FD all the instructions 🙂
I love ferns and those tree ferns are like great-grandpa ferns! Lovely.There are at least 10 varieties of tree ferns in Australia……this is the most common in northern Australia. Another variety in colder areas down south.
Love both, reflection in the water photos are neat. I bet those tree ferns look just adorable when the breeze starts.
Thanks Emmi. The ferns look best right now. When the wet season starts (and it looks like it might arrive this weekend) the whole place looks rather forlorn and soggy after a while.
The valley of tree ferns looks lovely. I used to have a few in my backyard in Sydney – they grew well in the shade of a huge Liquid Amber tree.
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