Thursday, August 4, 2016

Garden Thursday

Hello and welcome to Garden Thursday with Viginger, Glimmer and Trooper.

Kinda quiet in the garden at this time. The late summer flowers are blooming, plus we are seeing butterflies! We like butterflies.
 Coneflower
 Queen Anne's Lace

Mum is hoping it cools off a bit, she has stuff she wants to do outside, but doesn't want to work in the hot sun. Don't worry mum, in about 4-5 months it will cool off and we will have snow!

That is all for this week. Love Virginger, Glimmer and Trooper.

11 comments:

Dragonheart, Merlin, and Devi said...

Those are lovely flowers! What a nice garden. :)

Lone Star Cats said...

Pretty flowers!

Flynn said...

It has turned a lot cooler here, too cool. Mum said it should get warmer at the weekend.

The Swiss Cats said...

Lovely flowers, Ducky ! Purrs

da tabbies o trout towne said...

my stars gals...I had a coneflower....HAD...until I woke up last caturday and saw SOMETHING had sat on it and ate the flower off......it was MINE too...indeed the neighbors around here are soooooooo totally rude ~~~~~ hugs from dai$y =^..*=♥♥♥

Photo Cache said...

Queen Anne's lace look very similar to the poisonous one the name of which escapes me at the moment.

Emma and Buster

William's Kith & Kin said...

Oooh, butterflies! How fun!

Eileen said...

The flowers are so pretty! The Queen Anne's lace looks lovely in among the ferns.

But shhhhhh with the talk about the four letter word that starts with s, ends with w and has NO in the middle. It makes the mom bean twitch! MOL

Sasha, Sami, & Saku

The Island Cats said...

Oh no! You said the S word!

Megan said...

Yeah mum: just bide your time. The snow is coming! In the meantime, if it's too hot for gardening, you could always clean out the kitchen cupboards, vacuum the whole house, wash the windows blah blah blah. Heaps of fun things to do inside. LOL

Megan
Sydney, Australia

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Very nice garden. Last summer, I cooked some of the queen Anne's lace and they were yummy- I coated them like onion rings and friend them in a little olive oil.