Thursday, April 21, 2016

Garden Thursday

Hello and Welcome to Garden Thursday with Virginger, Glimmer and Trooper.

Spring is here, stuff is starting to get green, like the grass and trees. Mum will probably need to use the grass eating monster soon. Lets get the tour started.
 Little and big daffy-dills blooming away in the front yard.
 The new lilac mum put in last year, it isn't tall, but you can see the baby flowers inside!
 Mum gave the grape arbor a hair cut. She hopes this will encourage it to grow more grapes.
 The columbine starting to grow by the sump pump drain.
 Our bleeding heart, looking all full and lush. Mum is hoping for lots of flowers.
 Miss Trooper has been assigned front yard duty. She is hanging out by our memorial poppy. 
 The brush pile by the side of the house on Caturday. Mum added to it on Sunday. They will pick this up in a few weeks.
 Mum put out the hummer feeder, but we haven't seen any hummers yet.
 All of the hi-ya-cinths blooming, they have really opened up lots in the past week.

It is Earth Day tomorrow. Be nice to Mum Nature, everyday. 

That is all for this week, hope you enjoyed our flowers, we are happy spring is here, along with the warms. See you next week. Love Virginger, Glimmer and Trooper.


  1. Love those daffy-dills.

    Sydney, Australia

  2. Wow, spring is in full swing up there!

  3. Spring has sprung ! Your garden is beautiful ! Purrs

  4. hay ewe gals....lookin good !!! N we hope yur bleeding heart does well, rabbits ate R'z kleer down two de soil....twice......

  5. The daffodils and hyacinths are pretty and add a nice bit of spring colour.

  6. Lovely and so Springy!
    Have a super Thursday...

    Noodle and crew

  7. Beautiful garden. We need to get our hummingbird feeder out soon.

  8. Mom bean loved the flowers and all the green. Thanks for showing us your garden kitties!

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

  9. Very nice! Any day now you'll have a riot of flowers!

  10. Oh my, yer flowers are SO nice! And we have some columbine, but they seem to like wild-seeding unner the trees than where TBT puts them. So yes, he is going to help them grow where they want to.


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