Workshop
Start a discussion

The Bunnings Workshop community can help with your home improvement projects.

What's flowering in your garden this month?

Established Contributor

What's flowering in your garden this month?

I'd love to know what's flowering in everybody elses garden this month. After a hot-dry summer in Melbourne my garden is holding on. My Banksia 'Birthday Candles' is always a trooper though. Very reliable. One of my favourite plants.

Please feel free to add photos of your favourites from your garden - anywhere in Australia. 

20190319_173238.jpg20190319_173229.jpg

Budding Contributor

Re: What's flowering in your garden this month?

1.jpg

Reply
Loading...
Community Manager
Community Manager

Re: What's flowering in your garden this month?

Flowering.jpg

See something interesting? Give it the thumbs up!
Reply
Loading...
Trusted Contributor

Re: What's flowering in your garden this month?

5FB86450-AF34-4794-AD67-4C0F7F85216E.jpeg

 

Reply
Loading...
Community Manager
Community Manager

Re: What's flowering in your garden this month?

Our weeping gum is floweringOur weeping gum is flowering

 

See something interesting? Give it the thumbs up!
Reply
Loading...
Established Contributor

Re: What's flowering in your garden this month?

3758001E-38E9-418A-8CC4-40AC8ED756BA.jpeg

 

Reply
Loading...
Former Workshop member
Not applicable

Re: What's flowering in your garden this month?

Adelaide garden - sorry no pics - raining at the minute!
Euphorbia crown of thorns 'vulcan'
Petunia - self seeded
Lots of the succulents eg, blue chalk sticks and other senecios, various crassula species, lots and lots of small nameless varieties, plenty of the mesembryanthemum family, some of the aeoniums, some larger type kalanchoe family.
Felicia jasminoides (kingfisher daisy)
Teucrium (germander)
Dogs bane (one of the plectranthus family) lavender-like flower - sailed through 45 - 49c days for weeks on end like it was nothing, all summer
Geranium
African Marigold
Nasturtium
Ixias
Cymbidium orchids
ornamental pear on the point of bud burst
Parsley
Borage
Broad beans
freesia
chincherinchee
lemon tree
A lot more than I deserve!

Reply
Loading...
Community Manager
Community Manager

Re: What's flowering in your garden this month?

Wow, looking forward to seeing some photos of your garden @Former Workshop member. It sounds beautiful. 

 

Welcome to the Workshop community. We're really pleased you could join us and look forward to reading all about your projects and plans. Feel free to post whenever you need a hand or have something to share. 

 

Jason

 

See something interesting? Give it the thumbs up!
Reply
Loading...
Super Contributor

Re: What's flowering in your garden this month?

thanks @robchin and all those who have posted on this thread.

 

Lovely pics.

 

Not much flowering yet in my garden in cool Victoria but a nice little surprise to see my Quince tree almost full of these flowers.

IMG_20190902_152328.jpg

 

Reply
Loading...

Why join the Bunnings Workshop community?

Workshop is a friendly place to learn, get ideas and find inspiration for your home improvement projects