Just another quick post with pics. Do they tell the story in a thousand words? Doubt it. Am in a completely different environment from what am used to.
|a couple of months ago|
It may well be that this is “normal”, and have been told so by some of the “locals”, but will take all that “under advisement” since none of the “locals” that self has been able to communicate with have been here for more than 25 years.
Have no idea whether it is part of “climate change” - but this is the essential problem trying to convince “the locals” that there is anything different. Not too many European “locals” in 'the locality" who can claim a history beyond 250 years.
Am chatting with someone who has “aboriginal” heritage; and tells me that his ‘nana’ lived in this house. The difficulty comes from the fact that he experienced a ‘stroke’ and heart attack - 6 months in coma - two years ago. Lost his memory. We’re working on that. The surprising thing is, while short on “formal” education - he’s still smarter than I am (but tells me that am unique, one of the few who understand what he‘s on about. Sort of gratifying, somehow).
However, back to the flora.
Just some pics of stuff that have been planting.
Do I really need to plant "european" rock melons?
Am not planting these - natives .. heh.
Australia has some subtle stuff - not immediately apparent,