We are going to have a blooming lovely week!
How do I know this?...(I hear you all say). How can it not be when the weather is giving us gorgeous Autumnal temps and bootiful blooms wherever you turn! We're surrounded here at WPF! Don't take my word for it, see the evidence attached!
Stunning Russelia Equisetiformis and Lemon Falls with delicate, bell-like blooms looking like little fairy hats, a gorgeous autumn splash of colour, a glow, looking like embers of a fire with
Hoping those of you in areas affected by cyclonic weather this weekend remain safe and well. Our picks of the week this week are led by some tropical stunners that come from our Balinese Dream Range. Blechnum Gibbum Silver Lady has a distinctly tropical appearance, loves shade, humidity and well-drained soil. It does well indoors, in a planter outside in a shady spot or as a great feature under the shade of established trees. Quite a fast growing fern with elegant green frond
Here's "hopping" you've had a choctastic long weekend with family, friends and goodies to eat!
I'll keep my plant info brief this week as you'll all be trying to enjoy your time off and not wasting it reading my waffle! This week I'm pimping the gorgeous Mesembryanthemum (Pig Face) Magenta, a stunning hardy succulent that adds a great splash of colour and a favourite of ours is the Alternanthera Little Ruby, a landscapers darling! Both of these lend themselves to planters,
Hey Greenies, I may be in denial but I'm sure I'm not the only one when it comes to believing we're about to embark on the 4th month of the year already! Yeppers, just a matter of days before the Easter Bunny hops by scattering choccie eggs for the kiddies to enjoy! So to help you get through a couple of short weeks we have some great picks of the week... Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane) are easy care popular houseplants that tolerate low light but thrive in lots of indirect light.