You can see mine if I can see yours

In this section members send pictures of their accomplishments in their gardens and homes for the enjoyment of others. CLICK ON THE PICS TO ENLARGE

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  • Diane's Masks

  • Diane

  • And Diane again

  • A pretty Camellia from Fairlie's garden which grows better here having been moved from Maffra.

  • Joy has found that camellias grow really well in this area

  • Euphorbias in Lorraine's garden

    They make a great show in the garden and floral arrangements BUT be careful when handling as the 'milky'sap can cause severe irritation especially in the eyes.

Pandorea pandorana. Ralph saved seed just under 5 years ago from a friends garden. This is the result, See the next 3 photos

Irene's Garden last Summer

Irene's Garden last Summer

Lorraine Barretts Garden 'During Warmer Days'

CUCUMBERS ARE EASY TO GROW

The Club Secretary's great crop of Cucumbers (Summer 2018) Can you grow them like this?

Queen of the Night

 

The Queen of the Night cactus (Selenicereus grandiflora) is a very special plant as it only flowers at night. If you are early to bed and a late riser this plant is not for you as it only flowers during the hours of darkness. What is more it only flowers on one single night and once a year. JUne Gregory has one in her garden and sent in the attached photos with the following comments: --

"I Thought you might like to see these flowers that came out to party on New years eve  and last night but they go to sleep in  the day and only flower the one night . It is the first time it has flowered in about 20 years since I have had it we are no to sure how long  it has been here".