Well what can I say , I've been mega slack and have fallen behind with my 'A flower a day for September' but never fear there's more to come and in my defence I have been working extra shifts at work to make ends meet and during that time I also picked up some strange virus which meant I would fall asleep for hours on end and still wake up tired and fall back to sleep again. Anyhow I seem to be well again (until next time it seems) and plan to finish what I have begun by running 'A flower a day for September' over into October until the thirty days have been completed. Best I can do for now.
These are photos of some amayzing May's.
Here is what The Garden Guru has to say about the May Bush (aka Spiraea)
Spring in Toowoomba, and many other towns around the world I suspect, just would not be the same (obviously, Stewart), um, ok then, Spring in Toowoomba, and many other towns around the world I suspect, just would not be anyway near as enjoyable without the mighty May bush.
I doubt there would be a street anywhere here that didn't have a May bush planted somewhere but in most streets there are many and multiple planting of this lightly perfumes shrub.
I haven't seen one standardised, have you?
And every spring when the Mat's are in flower you might catch me singing this song by Buddy Holly.
Cheers and I hope your as amayzed az me,