As the wheel turns….The beautiful Sun Lord, the Wattle King returns to the bush…the waxing forces are emerging on the land early this year…as the quickening has started, the sap is stirring….as we… Continue reading
South African Amaryllis is the only genus in the subtribe Amaryllidinae (tribe Amaryllideae). It is a small genus of flowering bulbs, with two species. … The common name “naked lady” comes from the… Continue reading
Native Callistemon – Bottlebrush – belonging to the Myrtaceae family. Morning light captures the beauty of the callistemon flower needles with dew drops. These flowers when added to water mildly sweeten the water, and… Continue reading
Anzac Day rainstorm, weighs down opening African Daisy, a reflection on a day of sacrifice and service. Water holds deep emotion. We will remember them.
Nature teaches us the power and beauty of opening up, if we stay closed we cannot share our unique perfume with the world, we cannot attract the bees and other insects to pollinate… Continue reading
Out of your shell and eating again…. Snail munching on a Gazinia Flower….. Just like a very dear friend who has been very ill, candle lit, ancestors called in, magic done, healing sent…and… Continue reading
Water Hyacinth – Wild Pond Weed that Ive for many years it grows in Water. This one just keeps on producing the most beautiful flowers year after year, every Autumn, so fragile & Delicate.
How can I not be moved, Gazing into your radiant face. Your petals hold the mystery to your deepest secrets, Your opening reflects my inner opening. You give so generously from your roots,… Continue reading
Pulling out weeds, gathering the last of the harvest, digging in the vegetable and herb gardens, cutting out what is no longer needed there and in myself…detoxing, taking time to be alone, to… Continue reading