Thursday in the Garden with Arty Mouse

Slightly out of focus picture of the Carolina Jessamine.

The Rooster Violet, it is a wildflower that we likes a lot. It will bloom all winter, it seems to enjoy cold weather.

I thinks this big clump of green is Shasta Daisies, they never bloomed so I don't know for sure, but we thinks that is the seeds Mommy planted there.

I have no patients with plants that don't bloom.

I rolled around in the dirts in the front flower bed in order to distribute the seeds better. Mommy doesn't do it correctly.

I spies something out of place.
I am telling the Carolina Jessamine that it better start climbing the post before Mommy chops it off. I hopes it listens to me.

I am keeping an eye on this rosebush. It is the one that smells good but it only blooms in the SPRING.

Gotta check out the new flowerbed.

Daddy seems to have done a good job mulching it with leaves.

Now I am off to make my report to The Society of Feline Gardeners.

Do come with me to say hi to Jonesie and see what everyone else has growing in their gardens.

11 comments:

  1. Awesome garden stroll today ~ we really enjoyed it. xx

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  2. Thank you for the Purrty garden stroll
    Benny & Lily

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  3. Beautiful Artemisia!! You are an amazing snoopervisor! Well done for keeping a close eye on mum and dad's gardening efforts!! Now your garden is looking super duper thanks to you!! Take care
    x

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  4. Oh Arty! When the yuck of a Pacific NW winter is getting us down (too much rain and mud), we can transport ourselves to your sun filled garden and all is right in the world once again.

    xoxo Jonesie

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  5. Maybe Chrome could leave a little "Present" fur your mom to put on the reluctant bloomers and climbers. hehehe I'm just sayin.

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  6. Good job, Arty! You are so efficient!

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  7. What a lovely garden stroll. It is so nice to see it when there is rain outside here again today...

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  8. We are glad ta see something blooming. All we got are some pansies more innerested in growin than bloomin, and some daffodils emerging that wont bloom for at least 6 weeks.

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  9. Thanks for the garden tour today, Artemisia!

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  10. What pretty flower photos. Looks like you are doing a great job keeping an eye on things.

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  11. I didn't know you were a gardener too! All I do when in a garden is try to eat everything.

    Chrome

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