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I live at the base of Mt Gravatt mountain in Brisbane. Part of Toohey Forest . A native habitat of flora & fauna. My garden is my peace. View is too.
@brightcolours see Katie 👀 it’s impossible to believe hey. A wilting weed. In case you can’t recognise it, it’s a vinca
Oh dear your haven't had alot of rain then!!
@carolgs yes Carol. Driest mildest February I’ve ever known. Normally it’s the rainy season and filthy hot and humid. Even been wearing long sleeve T-shirts and slippers. Still shorts. Not cool enough for jeans
Yes, very dry here. We badly need rain.
I'm sorry it is so dry there! The world is tilted on its axis... wacky weather!
Wow! These tolerate dry conditions well. They often grow up in cracks...says a lot about the heat. Hope you get a break soon.
@novicegardenlover you are not wrong Susan. No rain and hot sun and very windy.
Wow. What a combo.
#madagascarperiwinkle #vinca #pink
A #weed in #brisbane https://weeds.brisbane.qld.gov.au/weeds/pink-periwinkle #weedy-australia #seqweed
@brightcolours in the right environment yes. Not here. So dry and clay. I planted a few for a bit of colour. They’re struggling
#madigascar-periwinkle in its native setting. Dad was taking pic of tortoise
Awesome.. #tortoise #animals #wildlife
@novicegardenlover Susan I saw your periwinkles. Here they are in their natural setting in Madagascar. Dad was taking pic of tortoise
Lovely. Do the tortoise eat the flowers?
@novicegardenlover Susan I have no idea. I can google
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