Thursday in the Garden

Some of the Pineapple Sage in the front flowerbed survived the frost.

A few of the Goldenrods survived too.

This plant has interesting berries on it. It is the Washington Hawthorne I thinks.

And our Camilla is stunning.


There are even a few butterflies that hang around all year. They get in the woods when it gets cold.

And the rosemary as always looks great.

I am off to make my gardening report to Jonesie and the Society of Feline Gardeners.
 ~Scylla reporting for ATCAD

13 comments:

  1. Nice garden report. The Camilla is a beauty.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  2. It is too darn cold up here for a garden, brrrrr humbug!

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  3. We always live vicariously through you until spring arrives for us. LOL. Trust us, NOTHING has survived our sub-zero Celsius temps! :-P

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  4. We love seeing fields of Goldenrod blooming in the early fall. Sadly it is all GONE in our area now. BUTT THANK you fur Reminding us of the Beauty.

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  5. So nice to see some green! Everything is covered in snow up here!

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  6. We're impressed you have flowers still blooming. The only plants green here are evergreens and some grass!

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  7. oh... what a treat to see flowers in december... thank you. - Crepes.

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  8. thanx for sharin scylla !!!!...all we can see iza sea oh white for as far az de eye can see...even if we squint :)

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  9. LOVE the garden tour! I had camellias when I lived in California, and I really love them. There is nothing green here at the moment, and I do mean nothing, lol.

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  10. ooooh FLOWERS. *sighhhh* Our rosemary's hanging on still, but that's about it. And it's even looking a bit brownish. :(

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  11. I came to thank you for all the love you been sending to me. I feel your love and its helping me.

    I am so surprised to see things blooming in your world. My world is like a frozen tundra
    love
    tweedles

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  12. oh you still have nice things in your garden...even my Camellias are not blooming yet...my garden is just all over grown and icky! paw pats, Nana

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