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Stormy Spring weather makes for a beautiful sky and flowers blooming in Alphington.

flowers forest pansy persimon My clivia has flowered for the first time in 2 and a half years.  The tiny pink buds are on a small forest pansy tree and the green bud (out of focus) is on the persimon tree which in 2 and a half years has not grown so very much (still looks small) even though it was planted to become the focal point of the front garden.  Oh well, the sky is free and always changing.

rununcula spring sky 2 spring sky 4 spring sky

Posted by Anne Warren Art on September 10, 2014
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  1. 09/10/2014

    Yes, obviously Southern Hemisphere…… sorry to be so slow in the uptake 😉

    Spring is such a beautiful time. Our autumn has yet to ‘get going’, but the leaves are starting to turn, Isn’t nature wonderful!?

  2. 09/11/2014

    Lovely photos, I hope the storm didn’t do much damage. Karen


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