Kathie Thomas

Kathie Thomas

Dandenong Ranges, Victoria, Australia / Garden Imagery = A visual collection of garden images. Australian based. © Kathie Thomas. Garden photography and blog: gardenimagery.com.au/blog
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flowering ground cover, gardening, landscaping, flowers LOVE the idea of planting low-growing, flowering ground cover between flagstone pavers, I'd use the one in the picture, or purple thyme or something like Sweet Vernal grass (vanilla scented)

LOVE the idea of planting low-growing, flowering ground cover between flagstone pavers, I'd use the one in the picture Mazus reptans, or purple thyme or something like Sweet Vernal grass (vanilla scented)

Heavyweight Wisteria in Types of Plants for Arches and Pergolas from HGTV

I would love to walk under this gorgeous canopy and allow the dense foliage provide cool shade during the warmer months, then as the weather cools and the leaves fall, the winter sun is allowed to penetrate. The flowers are highly scented.

Emu Valley Rhododendrons in Tasmania.

Emu Valley Rhododendrons in Tasmania.

Loved this Cerinthe Major on display in the Kaydale Gardens in Tasmania. This one is 'Purpurascens' I believe.

Loved this Cerinthe Major on display in the Kaydale Gardens in Tasmania. This one is 'Purpurascens' I believe.

The Silver Birch walk. The steps are made from the trunks of old tree ferns. Was really amazing to see. At Kaydale Gardens, Tasmania

The Silver Birch walk. The steps are made from the trunks of old tree ferns. Was really amazing to see. At Kaydale Gardens, Tasmania

This is the wisteria pergola at Kaydale Gardens in Tasmania. Must look amazing when in full flower.

This is the wisteria pergola at Kaydale Gardens in Tasmania. Must look amazing when in full flower.

Argus Meadow Butterfly on our Aster Daisies. Beautiful, isn't it? Love seeing the life that's in our garden, from the very small to the quite large

Argus Meadow Butterfly on our Aster Daisies. Love seeing the life that's in our garden, from the very small to the quite large

Love these pink alstromeria. We have some growing in our garden and I use this image as the logo for my GardenImagery business. The flower is Alstroemeriaceae (~Liliaceae) and it is a perennial, originally from Peru in South America. It loves the Australian climate.

Love these pink alstromeria. We have some growing in our garden and I use this image as the logo for my GardenImagery business. The flower is Alstroemeriaceae (~Liliaceae) and it is a perennial, originally from Peru in South America. It loves the Australian climate.

Common Heath. Very pretty. We have one similar in our own garden just opening now - April 2017.

Very pretty. We have one similar in our own garden just opening now - April