For Ginger…

Krusty, pushing up the grevillea leucopteris…

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Grevillea leucopteris, also known as Old Socks or White Plume Grevillea, is a shrub which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It grows up to 5 metres in height and produces white or cream unpleasantly-scented flowers between July and January (mid winter to mid summer) in its native range.

Haha, who knew!?! And on a more fragrant note – the rose shower…

the rose shower

Very overcast here today, darling. Enjoy the sunshine.

 

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    1. He’ll leave an even bigger impression than he did in life. And he’ll still be following us around the garden!!

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    1. Ah well, he’s just making sure we don’t forget him. Luckily the prevailing winds are westerly…And actually the scent isn’t overly unpleasant – certainly nothing like those stinky corpse flowers.

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