Blooms (Thursday in the Garden)

Our wonderful friend Cheri, from Cats of Wildcat Woods sent us this lovely card and Cherokee Bark Basket awhile back. Mommy used some dried flowers we had to make an arrangement in it. It looks lovely on Mommy's  computer desk although sometimes she has to move it to protect it from Socks & Scylla, they like to play with the acorns.

When they mess with it she moves it to her other desk where it is safe from them but she can still see it and enjoy it.

Mommy trimmed up her Ruby Leaf. . Eventually she will let the flowers dry out and put them in the bark basket too.
Right now we are enjoying the white flowers with the red leaves. The stems are red too.

The Daffodils have already finished blooming for the year, they sure were pretty.

The Forsythia has finished blooming too. It was a mass of flowers and really looked beautiful this Spring. ~ATCAD

9 comments:

  1. The flowers look amazing, well done Mom
    I luffs that Cherokee Bark Basket, so unusual and very pretty
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  2. The bark basket is awesome, and the dried flowers are so pretty, they don't even look real!

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  3. Very pretty. You are way ahead of us, our forsythias are no where near blooming. We are getting pussy willows now though :)

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  4. Oh wow....the forsythia is gorgeous.....we miss Spring!

    The Florida Furkids

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  5. Spring is on its way in your part of the world...

    I wanted to thank you for your words of sympathy on the passing of my friend Tungsten. They were much appreciated.

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  6. guys....de bark baskit iz AWESUM...total lee...az R de flowers in yur garden...way kewl !!
    heerz two a happee easturr ~~~~~ dino eggz onlee ~~~~burd free kinda week oh end ♥♥♥

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  7. We are only just getting started here with the things peeking up out of the ground...your spring starts way sooner than ours! But we sure enjoy seeing yours:))

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  8. so pretty! Can't wait for flowers to start poking out here!

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  9. Thanks for sharing your beautiful flowers. We found some daffy dills poking up from the ground yesterday and today it was 70 degrees! The snow is almost gone!

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