Thursday in the Garden with Scylla

The Redbud Tree is already blooming, it is very early for it to be blooming but we are enjoying it.

 
Our Hummingbird Cottage looks just beautiful covered in Carolina Jasmine, there is some growing wild in the woods too.

Blackberries growing wild. The birds will enjoy eating them once they makes the berries.

The Snowflakes.

The white Verbena growing around Whiskers' grave.

White Yarrow it came back this year after being MIA last year.

Mommy said I could do the gardening post since I came outside with her. Boy was there a lot of things for me to investigate.

The Quince is still blooming even after we had a cold snap and lots of dreary rain.

The Scilla, since I am doing the post we are using MY NAME but we usually calls them Blue French Roman Hyacinth.

There is Arty Mouse by the Rosemary. It has been doing great, we are very pleased with it and will probably plant more.

Nice view of the Hummingbird cottage.

The Forsythia, doesn't it look lovely.

The Mint is doing great and the gladiolas are coming up.

And just look at the Johnny Jump ups.


Looks like we are going to have a bumper crop of blueberries.


See the cute pink blooms they will turn into blueberries for Mommy to pick.

The strawberries have blooms on them too.

See this Oak Tree, the parents planted it about 20 years ago. It sure has gotten big. Here are some views of our property.

See the green grass, that is where they drove the trucks in to fix our septic system. It left ruts in the yard so Daddy planted them with Rye Grass. It sure does look pretty and Fenris likes to eat it.


The Curry around the birdhouse is doing good. I thinks we may plant some Rosemary in there as the Curry looks lonely.  I am off to Jonesie's to make my report to The Society of Feline Gardeners, won't you join me?


~Scylla

PS: Please go over to Brian's and read about Smokey. He needs a forever home. And Socks and the other tabbies are dishing about their siblings over at the Tabby Cat Club.

10 comments:

  1. Ahh, spring is in the air there for sure - beautiful blooms already. Thanks for the tour, Scylla.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  2. You are most welcome, thank you for not chasing me. ~Scylla

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  3. Scylla
    Youw gawden is waking up fwom it's wintew slumbew and it's getting all bootiful..it's still gweay and dweawy hewe..haven't seen any buds anywhewe
    thank you fow letting me shawe youws
    smoochie kisses
    ASTA

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  4. Don't you wonder some times WHY do they call them RED Bud trees.. when they are really Purple? We have them growing Wild all around our area and just LOVE them.. OURS will bloom when the DOG Wood Blooms... in a couple of months. YOURS is LOVELY.

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  5. What a clever daddy for planting this amazing grass! Yay!!

    Awww blueberries, strawberries, quince, oh my!! Love that these fruits are showing off their beautiful blooms!!

    Thanks for showing us round your vibrant garden, lovely Scylla! Take care
    x

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  6. Your garden is so beautiful! We actually have gardenias blooming right now!

    The Florida Furkids

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  7. Hello my sweet Scylla! Nothing I'd rather do than stroll in the garden with you!

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  8. Wow, your garden is starting to come alive! Ours will be covered in snow tomorrow. RATS!

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  9. spring is on the way
    Benny & Lily

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  10. Oh wow Scylla! What a magnificent garden tour this week. Sorry I was late coming over but mom was what she called
    "busy" with work.

    I just love how I can come over to your garden and transport myself into spring. Just thinking about your anticipated bumper crop of blueberries makes me purrrrrrrrr.....

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