A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Monday, 28 December 2015

In days of old.

In days of old, plants were not a high priority in garden landscape.   There was an adage that went "if you can't mow it, don't grow it".

Often a garden would consist of plants which had seen better days as pot plants indoors, and were simply stuck in the ground to see if they'd survive.

Dicky Beach.

© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia



William Kendall said...

I guess that's the case here.

Nathalie H.D. said...

If you can't mow it, don't mow it ? Your commentary made me burst in laughter. I've seen such gardens in my neighborhood on the Central coast. How disconcerting in a country where a lot grows very easily! I remember throwing away a tomato in my garden and collecting new ones a few months later from the tomato plant that grew there. I couldn't believe my eyes!

Nathalie H.D. said...

Sorry, I meant to write 'If you can't mow it, don't grow it', as you did !

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