A trendy trim scare-crow. I'm wondering what plants the early settlers brought with them Jim .... that looks like kale in your pic.
Dianne, that's I thought they were, but wasn't sure hence I didn't write in the post. Kale has become a trendy new "old" vegetable.
Did you read Keating's spray about the commercial mis-use of the Botanic Gardens over the weekend, Jim? I had always thought that the first garden was over on Garden Island, which failed because no-one on the FF had farming experience.
I didn't see that, Julie. I'll try and track it down online.
a very smartly dressed scarecrow. Last year, my school had a scarecrow making competition, a child came with a scarecrow in a suit just like yrs.
Methinks that this scarecrow would not only scare the crows on a cold dark night.
A scarecrow in suit! Great find. I played too. Mine are here and here.
Happy Blue Monday, Jim! Great looking scare crow, very fashionable :)Greetings from sunny S-E Qld ~Pernilla
He's cute!Thanks for playing.Happy Blue Monday, Jim.
He definitely gets the 'best dressed' award Jim :)
We had several fellows like this in my young days on the farm. Did not know they had them in them in Botanic gardens.
I've never seen a scare crow so well dressed!
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