Thursday, July 12, 2018

Garden Thursday

Hello and Welcome back to the garden. Things are blooming! That makes us happy.

So here are a few pictures on one of the daylilies that is blooming right now. Purrty soft pinkish blooms. They are so purrty, but yet the flowers only do last for one day. 
 Mum pulled the water fountain out of the fevver bath. We actually were seeing fewer fevvers in the bath or stopping by to get a drink. Since she pulled it we are back to seeing our normal number of visitors for a drink. Mum, the water level is getting low, please top it off.
 A closeup of the pet-unia from the front flower box. The flower boxes are looking really good since we had rain early when mum planted them. She just needs to figure out a better way to hang them from the front railing.
Mum's finger is doing fine. This pic was taken Monday. It blistered up, but the blister is almost all reabsorbed, so that is good. Mum hasn't even been keeping a bandage on it, just letting it do its own thing.

That is all from the garden, see you next week.


  1. Those day lilies are gorgeous - such a pretty colour. Pity that the fevvers didn't seem to like the little fountain. Cats are said to prefer moving water, so perhaps mum could set it up inside in a sunny window (to get the solar power) for Ducky?? LOL

    Sydney, Australia

  2. Glad that your blister is healing well! Those daylilies have such delicate edges and colors!

  3. The lilies are blooming so beautifully. We are thinking of planting something just like that outside of our entrance way to our main door. We are glad mum's finger is healing well and that it will be fully healed soon. Thank you for sharing your garden. Have a great day.
    World of Animals

  4. Our garden roses are amazing this year, blooming in huge bunches. We are wondering whether it is the strange weather we have been having.

    The Chans

  5. Pretty flowers! Too bad about the fountain--it was a great idea. Maybe the birds found it too scary?

  6. The flowers are gorgeous ! Purrs


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