Today we started ‘pouring’ the footing for the container office at the Nursery. A big step closer to getting the container off the road.
Our indigenous Native Raspberries are flowering and fruiting at the moment, and that means fresh raspberries for breakfast.
Which gave us an idea for a cool drink on these very hot days.
Some rain in December and early January brought things back to life including the insect life. Right now we have a plethora of Butterflies surrounding the house.
As well as a lot of other interesting beasties.
One of the main plants we use in erosion control and creek management is Lomandras – the Australian mat rush. Propagating these form our own seed is our next project.
The best photos we took in December 2018
It’s been some time now since we made the Callistemon path to the south of the driveway and it was badly in need of some maintenance.
After December’s rain, we saw our water started to get a little ‘brown’. As we rely on rain water collection this is not abnormal and can have lots of different indications.
But this was a first.