Thursday in the Garden

Our pineapple is doing well.


The Persian Shield and Porterweed Mommy got is thriving.

Now we are going to teleport to Grandma & Grandpa's House to look at their flowers.

These roses were blooming at Grandma & Grandpa's house when she went to visit for their Anniversary, August 10th.

We thinks this is an Althea, Grandma calls it an Alfie but we can't find a plant called Alfie, so we thinks this is one of those plants that Grandma misnamed. Grandma does that a lot. Whatever these are Mommy loves them, but the one Grandma gave Mommy died.

Hope you enjoyed the flowers. ~ATCAD

8 comments:

  1. Is that pineapple color enhanced? It's almost too pretty to eat! Almost.....

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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    1. Nope, it's really that red. It had purple flowers the week after we took this picture. We will show you soon. We thinks when it is ripe it will be more like you see in the store.

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  2. We always love seeing the flowers. That pineapple is really cool.

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  3. Your garden is as lovely as always. ALL of you take excellent care of it and are great at showing us all the pretty and newly blooming things.

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  4. Holy tamale. Oh, to be your kitty on MY birthday.

    Loulou
    (Mama does some pretty nice things for me but not lobster..)

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  5. That pineapple is pretty. Do you get to eat the pineapple? The plant in question does look like an Althea which is also known as Rose of Sharon.

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    1. We are hoping to eat the pineapple, this is the first year it has made fruit, so we are learning about it.

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  6. I didn't think anything could kill an althea! I grew a Persian shield one year. They are such an interesting plant. Mine was very dark.

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