Looking blue

Dampiera diversifolia

Dampiera diversifolia

Dampiera diversifolia is one of my favourite plants mainly because of the beautiful blue flowers. It is a ground hugging plant useful for spilling of rocks. If you are interested in looking for new plants come along to the Ballarat Australian Plants Society annual flower show and plant sale on 22 & 23 October 2016 at the Robert Clark Centre in Gillies Street Ballarat.

October flowers

Here are a selection of banksias, grevilleas, isopogon and dryandras flowering in the garden. It is interesting  to look back at photos from the same time last year andsee how the seasons compare. Some plants like the telopea and prostanthera were in full flower this time last year and I had stopped planting new garden plants in August.