Its late in the Arvo


I don’t know the names of all of the plants the majority of them are native our land never ceases to put on a show,




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We have our own winter wonderland, the little caramel chested robins still visit & the honey eaters arrive early in the morn as the morning freshness provides plenty of sweet dew from the flowers. The little red finches aren’t as frequent in their visits now & the Jenny & Blue Wrens are still busy but only really in the warmth of the midday sun….



Author: workinacresnothours

Land living for Living land. A woman armed with ancestral wisdom is an unstoppable force. Single Mum living the dream on 5 acres creating an oasis to share with friends and family. With very little money, no machinery it can be done, working in acres not hours. 10 years in the making; I have loved every minute through blood sweat and tears. There is much to celebrate on the way.

2 thoughts on “Its late in the Arvo”

  1. Thank you for sharing your beautiful native plants. I have one of the cacti in the second pictures, in a pot, in my bedroom. They sell them around Christmas time here, and call them Christmas Cactus. Of course they live year round if you take care of them. Love seeing pictures from your homestead!


  2. Thankyou. I didn’t know the cacti zygote family could be kept indoors. I love the name Christmas Cactus. That one used to be huge & cascaded over the pot then the horse pulled it over, so we’re trying to get it cascading again.


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