Then, before we knew it we were meeting up at the airport and heading for my cousins' home at Mornington south of Melbourne. As I mentioned in my previous post, the weather did not favour us. It was either the longest wet stretch or the coldest wet stretch on record for that time of year, but even that couldn't diminish the beauty of Trish and Keith's spring garden.
|Pelargoniums, roses, and lavender|
|Love this trio of coral|
|Native frangipani Hymenosporum flavum|
|Looking across the buddleias in the backyard towards a small stream that runs into the nearby sea.|
Thanks to the wonderful hospitality of our hosts, Trish and Keith, we were able to use their home as the base for our travels around the Victorian coastline. In the next couple of posts, we explore the picturesque Mornington Peninsula and beyond with them.