Here in the Sydney region, autumn proper doesn’t really kick in until the last week of April/first week of May, but this year there is quite a bit of early colour (which started back in late January!).
Such early colouring doesn’t auger too well for the typically brilliant displays later on in the month, but the usual throngs of ‘leaf peepers‘ who make the short trip from Sydney won’t mind. This is an aerial shot of my town, showing the foliage typically associated with early May:
While it’s no ‘New England Fall’ scene, the town has a real sense of the changing of seasons that the native Eucalyptus trees don’t really convey.
So to take a break from the goings-on in my garden, here’s some random scenes from around town:
I hope you enjoyed this little walk around town (which celebrates my 100th post) and I hope you have a wonderful Easter!
Happy gardening 🙂