No more soap sales + being copied

I have discontinued soap sales, at least temporarily. I have had a lot of fun over 18 years making soap and meeting so many other interesting people. Thank you everyone .
Maybe I will get back to it again later, but meanwhile I will be making only for personal use and gifting..

28 October 2017....Unfortunately someone has chosen to copy/paste huge amounts from my old web pages....product information, receipes, soap making methods eg...and place this on the domain name I let go a few months ago. They can buy the domain name but that does not give access to my copyright material or the use of my registered business name.
If you go to that page it is not me you might be dealing with. The person hides behind a "disposable" email address

Sep 23, 2011

Lillian Frazer Garden

yesterday a few of us gathered there to learn something of the history of the garden and the woman.
none of us took a camera.... so today i went back to do a few photos.
Unfortunately i choose high noon, which made it hard for my poor olde camera, and has made
 too many shots too  light.It was a very very sunny day.
 sadly i am not clever enough to rearrange that bad lighting, so i will simply put the pics
 up as a memory to a lovely suburban garden, a pleasant day out
 and an interesting woman ...Lillian Frazer, whose garden is only a few blocks from mine
double click the photos to enlarge.
seeing as i dont know the names of most of the plants....i have left them unnamed.!!

the shed at the entrance to the garden

 old man banksia tree

close up of the banksia trunk

a so called pom pom tree.....which obviously fascinates me!!

a lady working in the garden took me aside to show me this plant. she does not know its name.
she says it is rare in australia. it has a star shaped leaf and a star shaped flower.

chair at the entrance to the garden

garden entrance/exit 


Robert Fitzgerald said...

A truely beautiful place.
My mother has split with her husband after 33 years and finds great peace and strengh wandering the Garden

diane buckley said...

i reckon that Lillian would be happy to know that her place was used in such a positive way Robert.
it is amazingly peaceful for being in such a busy spot. the plants are not exotic....they could be any suburban garden . to me that is one of the attractions of it.....its being so typical of the area