A Mexican sage bush, native to the forests of central and eastern Mexico was similar in colour to many of the salvia variety. A red salvia was overhanging a tall front fence as was a beautiful fuchsia bush.
An unusual, almost looking like an orchid plant was a columbine, which is a genus of about 60–70 species of perennial plants that are found in meadows, woodlands, and at higher altitudes throughout the Northern Hemisphere, known for the spurred petals of their flowers.
As the crescent curves it touches on a bush walk from Omeo Parade to Warranwood Reserve. A small bush reserve is worth exploring. A seat is available for a rest and a bridge is across a small pond. Interestingly the pond was alive with many tadpoles morphing into frogs.
A section of the bush walk, the small pond and a tadpole morphing into a frog.
With only a few landscaped front gardens visible not many garden ornaments were seen. A couple of garden lamps, one bird bath and a chair waiting near the mailbox. A modern brick mailbox structure featured a raised garden bed.