Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Open gardens Toowoomba

At the Carnival of Flowers which is held in Spring each year, a day is hardly enough time to take in all of the beautiful gardens that are open. The Wisteria at the top is growing on a large circular metal frame and makes a stunning feature in the back garden of this home.
Centre photo. This Clivia looks so much at home nestled in the tree. Bottom photo. I'm sure we'd all love a garden bed like this to grace our driveways. These photos are worth a click on.


Flowers said...

You have posted wonderful picture of flowers that is appreciated. Keep it up the good work. Cheers :)

Kerri said...

You're right...the photos are definitely worth clicking. How beautiful! I have a clivia, but it hasn't bloomed yet. I do hope it does, one of these days.
The wisteria is stunning indeed. I can almost smell that gorgeous perfume.
How lovely to be able to grow such wonderful azaleas.
I enjoyed all your photos..especially the frogs :) It's really amazing the way that striped frog matches the pot. at a great shot!

Kerri said...

That's supposed to read: What a great shot! :)

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Lilly said...

It is amazing to seeing gorgeous color and a collection of beautiful flowers. There are large evergreen shrubs with leathery leaves and big trusses of colorful flowers. The delicate flowers make them perfect. I enjoyed all the photos especially the frog. Thanks for sharing it.
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colin- Driveway paving essex said...

Great blog...

I'm from the uk and spent a year down under, 1 month of which was in brisbane.

Love the pics of the parrokeets in your garden!
just wished the uk had such exotic animals.

Elliott Broidy said...

Those are stunning.

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