Posts Tagged ‘Christmas’

An Aussie Christmas…

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

How crazy we are sometimes… sweating it out over Christmas dinner under a fake snow-covered European Christmas Tree. How incongruous can you get!

So how about breaking the mould and having a true-blue Aussie Christmas Tree this year.

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Christmas in a native garden

Wednesday, December 1st, 2004

This article is extracted from the Yuruga Newsletter
Vol 12 No 4
(December 2004).

The focus of this article is for gardeners in tropical Australia.
However, the basic principles apply for throughout Australia
with minor modifications for local conditions.

Native gardens all across the tropics are bursting into bloom for Christmas.

Here in our Yuruga gardens we have four different native cassias in flower all at once, making a blaze of yellow and orange hues against the bright blue summer sky and a beautiful carpet of fallen petals scattered on our lawns and pathways. What an absolute delight!

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