Litoria caerulea, Litoria fallax, Litoria peronii, Litoria gracilenta, Limnodynastes peronii, all live here
Looks like my back garden paving slabs by door.The gaps between slabs get colonised by various weeds and stuff.You can leave any comments you want on snappys garden blog. I tried growing eucalyptus seeds once.I got some small plants with blue grey leaves and delicious smell. You can grow tropical plants there in QLD?Do you have any roses?the ones you smell with retirement?lol,keep on blogging Roy
unfortunately we don't have any roses snappy, I smell other peoples roses when I can. It's meant more in the context of relaxing and enjoying life.we can grow quite a few tropical plants here.My wife and I like to visit open gardens in QLD and quite a few are tropical. Looking forward to the ashes this year? all the best roy
hey dad, the collage looks great... you will have to teach me how to make one too!
I like your garden paving slabs! I can see the delight in collaging on picasa...I don't think I can use picasa, unfortunately, due to having a Mac. (?--not sure, must investigate)
Isn't it fun? I've tried it, but haven't used it in any posts yet. Love this one.
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