Well I don’t know about you but autumn, for me, is THE time to be in the garden. The weather’s cooling and the days are shortening. Everything’s still flowering and producing and looking gorgeous but there’s a gentler, more nurturing air about the place. The heat blasts of summer have all but gone and all of that planning and organising that we’ve done over the summer months, in the cool of our air conditioned nests, can now start to take place. For my birthday I was lucky enough to receive an orange tree, a lemon tree, an olive tree and a paulownia plus a gift voucher at our local nursery. It won’t be long until I can actually plant these babies in the ground, on my own turf, and I can’t wait! I’ve been dreaming up garden beds for over at our new block for what feels like forever now. It’s been 5 months since I’ve gardened. Five months! My nails are clean. My hands are soft. My heels where healing until I wore more sandally thongs over to our mud filled block last week. I’m ready to get back into it. To start afresh and get my trees into the cooling, chocolatey autumn soil. So I’m in need of  some gardening inspiration. How about you? For Tea & Toast today I have just the inspiration. A friend of mine recently posted Michael McWilliams’s beautiful Tasmanian garden on Facebook. In all fairness I had to post it here too because I so don’t want you to miss out. Cuppa in hand? Ready to  be inspired?   …   I absolutely love, love, love, love, love this timber shed and garden. Dreamy!!!!  Pinned Image   And of course he has a gorgeous kitchen garden…   Pinned Image   Pinned Image Garden rooms with windy, lush green paths waiting to be explored…   Pinned Image   A lovely little nook to sit and ponder and rest awhile…   Pinned Image   I could steal that door…   Pinned Image   I love those rustic timber boards on the shed with the old red bricks and rusty tin roof…   Pinned Image   Those big old trees, lots of gravel and an open gate are so welcoming, don’t you think?   Pinned Image all images are via here Well, what did you think? What elements of Michael’s garden do you love the most? Do you love the garden in autumn?   Happy Tuesday!   Kim xx