August 16, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

The garden would be a child’s dream this last week, for the butterflies have suddenly arrived and have filled the air with a fluttering of pale lemon. Butterflies and moths

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August 9, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

The Impatient Gardener, previously known as Miss Moble, has been wielding a shovel in her garden of late. She finds it much easier digging there than on fence lines, unsurprisingly.

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August 2, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

Is there anything more comforting and entrancing than an open fire? Surely there is something primaeval in us all that draws us to its warmth? It is so satisfying in

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July 26, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

There has been much in the media here of late on resilience; I listened to a thoughtful interview only this week on the topic, especially with regards to children. As

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July 19, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

Whilst I have made a promise to myself not to mention the mundane in my ramblings to you, I must tell you the spider’s web just above my desk that

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July 12, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

I have just been for a walk and cannot wait to tell you about it. This was not one of my regular morning walks through the surrounding homestead paddocks. I

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July 5, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

The old white enamel water jug here at Moble is one of our family stalwarts we simply can’t operate without. It is plain and functional; there are no unnecessary curves

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June 27, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

The Gidyea is flowering here at Moble, Acacia cambagei. We love the smell of Gidyea, it reminds us of moisture in the air and soft winter rain. It is a

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June 21, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

I have come in from my sunny garden to say hello, am not sure how long I will persevere this morning as my desk is in our bedroom which varies

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June 14, 2019

News from the Moble Garden

My Mother has just arrived, bearing gifts: boxes of delicious citrus and Butternut pumpkins from South Australia and the promise of some wonderful old- fashioned Hollyhock seeds from a dear

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