Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Life Will Find A Way

It takes more than five feet of dirty water to keep my garden down. This red flowering ginger refuses to die. Incase you were wondering, the flower has been carefully wiped a few times and there has been quite a heavy rainstorm.

And while the lower parts of my passionfruit vine and birdseye chillis were a mess, this is what it looks like now above the floodline...


                              Whatever was in that sludge seems to be working a treat!

7 comments:

A Gracious Home said...

Your pictures on your blog are beautiful. I hope you didn't get any flooding in your area. Doylene

Joanna said...

It looks like the previous poster hasn't actually looked at your blog!

It's so nice to see some pretty green growing things in your garden Cara. Much nicer than the muddy mess in the photo you posted a few days ago. Yes, life will find a way.

cara said...

Ha! Yes I it gave me a bit of a chuckle.

Andy said...

It's hard to snuff out life. It keeps on bounding back.

AquaMarina said...

you've such a lovely upbeat cheery attitude Cara! lemonade out of lemons, fertiliser out of river sludge...!xx

Paul said...

The plants are like the people in Australia irrepressible. Just as well too with what many of you have put up with this month.

Julie said...

That is the thing with river deposits. A bit like Robin Hood ...

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