Thursday in the Garden ~ Thinking of Charybdis

We are dedicating this post to Charybdis. She spent a lot of time in the Butterfly Garden helping Mommy weed when she was a live. This is her final resting place. Daddy finally got it ready to plant flowers in. We wants it to look really pretty for our sweet girl.

We transplanted a purple foxglove in the bed full of delicate blooms.

The Helitrope was planted here too. Charybdis liked purple.

We added a Buttercup, Nemesia, Angelonia, and some Coneflowers (we are not sure what the Coneflowers will look like our Daddy's Mom gave us some seedlings to put out) but they are not blooming now. We will be adding some more stuff later but we thinks Charybdis would like it.

Stop by Jonesie's to see more gardens.

24 comments:

  1. We think one of the nicest and most loving things we can do is remember and honour those hoo have gone to the bridge. We fink Charybdis will love her special memory garden ~ and we are sure if we listen hard we will hear her purring to say thank yoo, all da way from the bridge!

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  2. This garden is beautiful. Your Mom and Dad do such nice work together. We hope the garden flourishes and brings many smiles to your family as you all remember sweet Charybdis.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  3. Oh this is so beautiful!! What a lovely way to remember sweet Charybdis. Me and Charlie know that this is going to be a lovely and peaceful garden for her.

    Take care
    x

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  4. It does look so beautiful, and I know Charybdis would have loved it.

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  5. What a kind-hearted, thoughtful thing to do for your Charybdis! Your garden is absolutely stunning and so well maintained! You must have a quality camera to have such good luck with your photos.
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  6. That's a beautiful spot for her and a glorious way to keep her memory alive.

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  7. so many lovely flowers for your sweet friend!

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  8. What a beautiful memorial to a beautiful girl.

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

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  9. That really is such a loving tribute to sweet Charybdis.

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  10. A beautiful location to gather some wonderful memories. SIGH

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  11. What a beautiful location and such a nice thing to do for her. she will come often to her flower patch and visit. She's going to LOVE it!

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  12. That is the nicest place for a kitty I have ever seen. What a great tribute to Charybdis. And all those beautiful flowers. She will just love those. Hope you have a super day.

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  13. This is an excellent way to remember Charybdis. The purple flowers are our favorites too!

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  14. pretttty


    Kissslobbers
    El'bow & Hauwii

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  15. I do so enjoy your garden pictures. And of course, there's never a kitty picture (ever) that don't love.

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  16. That is such a wonderful spot for Charybdis to spend the rest of her days - it is just beautiful and we know she would love it!

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  17. How purry beaWOOtiful!

    It is a fitting tribute to her!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  18. What Milo and Alfie sais. We agrees. Is a very nice spot. We not realize your Charybdis leaves so recently. We visit her angel site. She was a very purrty girl. Sure looks like she loves her beans!

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  19. Gosh, Charybdis was a beautiful girl and those are beautiful flowers. So that's just the Most Perfect way for your family to remember her!

    Wiggles & Wags,
    mayzie

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  20. It is beautiful!
    I am sure she likes it!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  21. Such a nice way to remember her! And your flowers are always so nice.

    love & wags,
    River

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  22. We are sure the Charybdis would just adore this garden. It's a garden full of love for a beautiful girl.

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  23. She would have loved it this year. Purrs.

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