February in my Garden

February was hot (40ºC) and dry, cold (15ºC) and windy and in the end, wet.  We don’t know what to make of it; neither does the garden so yes, I have azaleas flowering as if it is spring while the gingers insist that it is still summer.


Azalea – they flower whenever they feel like it


Crepe Myrtle – always ready for Chinese New Year Down Under

Sun impatiens




Jasminum sambac





Et cetera et cetera et cetera…


About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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10 Responses to February in my Garden

  1. Sunshine Jansen says:

    “They flower whenever they feel like it” – Azaleas are my kind of people! And they make me think of one of my favorite Duke Ellington/Louis Armstrong songs (“Azalea” is the title).

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  2. janesmudgeegarden says:

    Your garden is beautifully lush and healthy. It’s a delight to see plants flourishing so.

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  3. taphian says:

    It’s always like a dream to take a walk with you through your beautiful garden, dear Mary. What I specially love is the dark brown clover and the purple flower with yellow stamina in the end. But somehow they all show your love, because flowers only get that beautiful when they are loved. Prince Charles has found out that flowers also like to hear music. What about Rachmaninow piano concerto? Have a nice day. Here we have frost from Sibiria for many days and it will last until middle of March. :( Mitza

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  4. Very lovely photos, Mary

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