I remember it as Roots and Leaves, and latterly Petal Pushers. The last time I visited the Dandenong Road nursery, it was clearly going under. I snapped this from the bus as I was passing. Let me guess? More apartments?
Aww. Divorced Tradie Brother and Sis in Law have both just bought new puppies within two weeks of each other, but they weren't these two cute specimens which look very like spirited terriers.
Flowers come, flowers die, flowers go down the rubbish chute.
Someone bumped into the traffic light pole, in fact flattened it. In no time Vic Roads had it repaired and bravely worked around the detritus from the accident without a thought of sweeping it up. 'Not my job.'
This is a bus company rule, not a state law, more is the pity. It should apply to all Melbourne's public transport. I hate the smell of stinking food in a public transport vehicle, never mind when they leave the packaging behind.
The leaves of my fake bathroom plant get dusty at times. The easiest thing to do is stick it in the shower.
The television show, The Block, starts soon on tv. The property undergoing conversion from being a budget motel to apartments is just a short stroll from home. Interesting outdoor greenery. Will a cherry picker have to be hired to maintain it?
Hello, hello. Has he been stopped for overloading?
No doubt there are now young people who would not have a clue what this discarded object is used for.