Taking stock

It's been quite a few months since we first started working on our native garden, and things are starting to fall into place. 

The plants are mixing and merging with each other rather than all sitting separately in their own little spaces.
Plants starting to settle in in the front garden. Image by Emma Rooksby. 
The house isn't quite so prominent as it once was, although there's still a long way to go before it's completely hidden!
What a lot of rocks! Image by Emma Rooksby. 
A few special plants are doing their magical natural tricks...
Christmas bells in January, OK. But why are they yellow? Image by Emma Rooksby. 
And the local wildlife is starting to drop in to check the place out. We're seeing bower-birds and kookaburras aplenty, rosellas, butcherbirds and miners regularly, and even the odd sacred kingfisher. Not to mention the reptiles...
A blue-tongued skink enjoys a bark bath... Image by Emma Rooksby.
After only a few months, who would have thought there would be so much to see!

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