Spring has sprung in the north and someone not nice has turned the humidity up.
Yesterday, between Nova and my nightfill job, I slipped into the garden for a look and to see what I could see. Not having to rush a load of washing this morning before work has meant I can share it before I cook myself a tasty breaky and get ready for work.
Out in the garden my tomatoes are blooming and fruiting.
Like at the Botanic Gardens, tropical flowers are putting on a show.
The rosella bushes are producing yet more rosellas.
The pawpaw tree, that came up in a pot out the front and was transferred to the garden out the back to replace the passionfruit vine that the gardeners killed when poisoning, has a little flower.
Part of a potato, that had started to shoot in the pantry, which I had randomly planted, is growing
The strawberries are flowering.
And the beans are climbing a giving us a hand full of beans every day or so.
My little pot flower garden on the lattice fence is happily flowering away.
And the parsley I planted from seed is growing, ready for Mr Sparky to forage on.
Of cause there are weeds which I forgot about and have now gone to seed.
Oh, and there are the green ants trying to make a home in various places in the garden.
Has spring sprung at your place?
I've enjoyed the winterish weather here and the higher humidity and thermometer nearly reaching 30 is just a taste of what is to come. I am not really looking forward to the coming summer but am going to enjoy the nice, early spring weather right now. Well, maybe I will enjoy it next week when I have the time to.