Thursday in the Garden by Arty Mouse

 I am checking out the plants up close and personal.

 The Lantana is blooming in January, it is very confused. It looks nice against my furs. I made sure the Mom saw it.

 Remember when Daddy was digging in the yard. Well a lot of strange men came with a machine that dug and they put a new septic system in for us. This one sprays water up in the air. We may plant some flowers around them but we would have to find something that likes soggy soil and doesn't mind chlorine.



 Daddy has been putting leaves where the barn used to be. He is getting the soils ready for our new flower bed.

 The Pineapple Sage is blooming in the front flower bed.

 The Forsythia has blooms on it.

 The Curry is doing well in the herb bed.


The Oregano and Fennel are still around too.

OK, it is time to go to Jonesie's so I can make my report to the Society of Feline Gardeners


~Arty Mouse reporting for AFSS

10 comments:

  1. You must be having a warm January. I hope that a frost doesn't come along and ruin the blooms.

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  2. It's so lovely seeing your garden bursting into bloom.

    Love Alfie xx

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  3. Beautiful Artemisia!! Your furrs do look stunning against the blooms!

    You are going to have a most wonderful flower bed soon! Yay! Take care
    x

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  4. It is so pretty and sunny there!! BEautiful pics!

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  5. Isn't this a STRANGE January. I suppose when MY flowers are Supposed to bloom... they will all be FROZEN to Death. Thanks fur the splashes of color.

    That is an interesting Septic system. Never seen one that Sprays like that.

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  6. I agree, the lantana blooms look lovely against your white fur. Great garden report, Arty Mouse!

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  7. Your beautiful garden never fails to.make me smile!

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  8. You might consider these perennials, shrubs and trees: astilbe, cardinal flower, sedge, rose mallow, summersweet, hibiscus, European cranberrybush viburnum, leucothoe, fothergilla, inkberry, sweetspire, sweet and swamp azaleas, white spruce and black gum.

    We dont know about the chlorinated water, but they dont mind really wet soil.

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  9. Purrty flowers blooming in your garden
    Benny & Lily

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  10. That new sprinkler system looks really neat. A lot better than messing with hoses, etc.

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