Following the cool ‘flag’ or ‘signal’ leaf that emerged from my Banana plant a week and a bit ago, as predicted, the inflorescence emerged soon after. This flower measures about 50 centimeters long. The sheer size of the flower, to me, makes it so majestic. It’s a shame that due to the weather patterns in Melbourne (sunny one […]Read more "Banana Diaries – Entry 2"
I haven’t posted anything in months and I recently realised why. I simply hadn’t been in the mood. I was very unhappy at my previous job because of my ‘manager’ and for months this unhappiness plagued my mind – not just at work – but in my private life too. I am happy to report that […]Read more "Banana Diaries – Entry 1"
I bought these tulip bulbs from my local nursery back in April. I had never grown tulips before so I thought I would give them a try. As I mentioned in a previous post, I made a random soil mix with lots of compost and sand for drainage. Now, after months of anticipation with the bulbs […]Read more "Spring Tulips"
One visually obvious thing I did right this gardening season was starting my Zucchinis from seed, early. I bought the ‘Black Beauty’ variety online in early Spring and started them off in some mini greenhouses. I left them in there until they were just pushing the roof of the lid. Their root systems has developed into […]Read more "Zucchini"
No, this is not a bouquet of flowers. It is actually the flower head from an onion. Nature is amazing. Inspiration?Read more "Inspired by nature"
This is the wedding cake I made for my sister when she got married in 2011. Unfortunately this photo shows the cake that is not fully complete yet however this was the sharpest image I could find. The thing that took the longest to make were the roses as each petal was hand cut, shaped, […]Read more "Wedding Cake"
The white lining in the petals bring out the their colour so well.
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