Monday, October 8, 2012

How's a girl able to concentrate on all the crafty work that has to be done when I have my Weeping Cherry looking like this...I am forever gazing out the window!! Oh but it's so pretty and is even more flushed with a pink tinge this year


My banksia rose (behind weeping cherry) is coming out in flower and arching nicely over 'the cubby house'

standing under the weeping cherry for this shot tonight

my sewing room lit up in the background  

Now earlier this week this would of had a completely different view with a HUGE Pittosporum in the background...but I found myself a very handy pruning saw and have opened up the garden so much with all my sawing/pruning. Hubby and I had been discussing him building a wood fired oven, and where we had the pittosporum was the perfect spot for one...so after about an hour of my sawing our 4 metre tree was no longer! It was getting quite big for our small garden though!
But I am quite excited about a wood fired oven and it will complete our outdoor area nicely! I will show some progress pics as we go.

Bye For Now!
Lisa
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11 comments:

Susan said...

Your blossoms are beautiful. I have the same problem with my jasmine at the moment, so pretty and the scent is intoxicating. I hope Spring doesn't pass too quickly.

shez said...

beautiful tree Lisa such pretty flowers,your garden is coming along beautifully.xx

Christine said...

I love your cherry blossoms and wished they grow in Brisbane

Cindy said...

What a beautiful tree! It looks like a bunch of pink powder puffs:)

Margot said...

How wonderful! Only through this can understand the Creator's beauty in nature.

Michelle said...

Blossoms are gorgeous and a wood fire sounds great, good luck, Michelle.

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Oh what a beautiful sight to look out on Lisa...enjoy it all!

marina said...

what gorgeous blooms.
I can see it would be distracting.
Wood fire oven beats Pittosporum in my books too.

Val Spiers said...

The blossoms make a beautiful feature. I could certainly look at it for hours while sipping a nice cup of tea.

quilterliz said...

G'day Lisa. Your weeping cherry is just stunning. I have been thinking of getting one when we do the garden in the front of the house.Lovely photos Lisa.Take care. Liz...

Clara said...

Oh!!!!!! So beautiful!!!!!