Thursday in the Garden

The Clematis, isn't it just gorgeous.

This is the bed it is growing in. The roses and honeysuckle have a head start on it because they are evergreens and the Clematis is a perennial.

This is the bed closest to the pond, Mommy had Daddy leave it open so she could see the pond from the cottage. The Rooster Violets are doing well in there.

These are some purrty pink violets growing wild close to the house (and the horrible Dollar Weed). Mommy said these pink violets grew in her yard when she was little. Violets are her birth flower.

Our Red Hibiscus. Doesn't it have a lovely bloom?


Mommy got some plants to plant.

The Crossvine is just stunning. Mommy had been wanting one for ever and we FINALLY found one. According to the guy at the nursery they do not bloom until they are three years old. That is why it took Mommy so long to find one. She asked for it three years ago.

White Lantana and Purple Fountain Grass. Our Lantana dies in the winter and comes back in the spring.

Some herbs Mommy got for the herb bed. A Nicotiana ( Tobacco plant) and our purrty purple plant we can't remember the name of right now.

We are headed over to Jonesie's  to make our report to The Society of Feline Gardeners.


 ~Socks & Scylla Reporting for Alasandra, The Cats and Dogs

16 comments:

  1. Mowzers so many beutiful flowers you have in your garden !

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  2. Your red hibiscus is gorgeous!!! Yay!! Take care
    x

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  3. The red hibiscus is really beautiful!

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  4. your plants are wonderful. I love the red of your hibiscus - wish I had such a dress (I mean mom, want such a dress - not me BOL)

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  5. That first flower is so pretty
    Benny & Lily

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  6. Everything is just so pretty. Mom has never heard of a cross vine. Good luck with it - so pretty.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  7. Love the red hibiscus--you have so many pretty flowers. Looks like a lot of snoopervising in the future!

    Pee ess: We are having lows at freezing again this week :(

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  8. WAY awesum guys...we loves yur garden tho we gotta say trout N flounder wood look better in de pond :)

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  9. Your flowers are all so pretty. Our Person would love to have some flowers like that. But it is a lot of fun seeing yours. Take care.

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  10. Love love your plants! XO

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  11. Your red hibiscus is a lot nicer shade than ours!

    The Florida Furkids

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  12. Those flowers are so pretty...'specially the red hibiscus.

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  13. ohhhh...my Hibiscus is just getting some green back on it. I don't think it will bloom for a month or so. And isn't Clematis just the prettiest vine? Paw pats for my Scylla and paw waves for all

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  14. We like all those flowers, especially the red hibiscus. :)

    Thank you again for the beautiful image of Sammy at the Bridge. We used it in out post yesterday.

    Thank you also for stopping by with such kind and thoughtful comments when it was time for our Sammy to leave. Your words and friendship are such a comfort to us at this sad time.

    Love and hugs,

    Kevin, Tracey and Moosey

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