Category: spring

  • Through my room window: Spring

  • Last photo for October 2020

    Hop over to bushboys world to see the rules. Very easy to follow. My last October photo on my phone.

  • Perfect beauty

    I found this lovely Clematis in a nearby nursery. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clematis

  • Spring indeed!

    Kōwhai (Māori pronunciation: [kɔːɸai] or [kɔːfai]) are small woody legume trees within the genus Sophora that are native to New Zealand. There are eight species, with Sophora microphylla and S. tetraptera being the most recognised as large trees. Their natural habitat is beside streams and on the edges of forest, in lowland or mountain open areas.[1] Kōwhai trees grow throughout the country and are a common feature in New Zealand […]

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  • Silent Sunday: Already spring? I don’t think so.

  • Flowering Wisteria

    I am very proud to announce that my Wisteria has got flowers this year! I am living here since 2010. The poor Wisteria was cut down to the ground when I moved in. I did not cut it since 2010, and it became a better-grown climber. At the other side of my back fence, where […]

  • Spring Festival in Upper Hutt

    http://www.siswp.org/ Saturday morning was cold and wet. I had to help man our table from 10:30  to 12:30. I am a member of Soroptimist Upper Hutt. We had a table at the Spring Festival. We sold second-hand shoes and handbags. Soroptimist Overview Soroptimist International (SI) is a world wide organisation for women in management and […]

  • Beautiful Kowhai Tree: Springtime.

    Kōwhai are small, woody legume trees in the genus Sophora native to New Zealand. There are eight species, Sophora microphylla andS. tetraptera being the most recognised as large trees. Their natural habitat is beside streams and on the edges of forest, in lowland or mountain open areas.[1] Kōwhai trees grow throughout the country and are […]

  • Feel like Spring? Some spring flowers

    I am just in the mood for sharing some Spring photos. Flowers give the the most feeling of spring. I took these photos just now!