Monday, March 08, 2021

Garden News February 2021


We started the month with a garden presentation to ‘Bayside Garden Club’ based in Wynnum.

I gave my ‘Aroid and Colour’ presentation and it was enjoyed by the members there.

A friend took some drone photos of our place.

Later in the month after weeks of cleaning and getting ready we hosted a general meeting of ‘The International Cordyline Society’.

The garden was looking really good.

I had set up the patio for a presentation and two shelters so we could space members.

Just under 50 turned up and a new committee was formed, not without a bit of angst I might add.

Anyway, it all turned out OK in the end.

Plant sales were good and the last members left at 3pm.

It’s that time of year when the Cockatoo’s visit us to eat all our crop of Pecan Nut’s.

AS usual most of my time is spent in the garden and at the end of a hot and humid day it’s good to jump into the pool to cool down.

We had some very hot and humid days during the month without much rain.

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