Thursday, September 27, 2018

Garden Thursday

Yes, we are back! Mum saw lots of purrty gardens while she was in France. Way more to see than our little humble place.

Mum went off to help at the community garden, it is pretty much done for the season. They harvested all of the food that were there and starting pulling out the plants.
 They left the flowers for now in the beds so people walking by have something nice to look at yet. They haven't frozen, so still blooming nicely.

At home the sedum's are getting pinker and pinker. These are sort of floppy this year. Oh well, they still look purrty
 While mum was gone the naybor went to town cutting down, and really cutting back the shrubs on the lot line. They are their shrubs so mum doesn't work on them, but they also cut out a tree that was growing in mum's lilac. Mum sort of misses the greenery between the houses, plus it was a way to not look at them or have them see us. So less privacy for now. Oh well, it is staying inside time coming soon anyway.
Plus some nice garden pictures France. This is the Tuileries Garden in central Paris where mum had lunch with #1, the Chan's mum. 
 A little ducky!
 Much bigger duckies and a fishy too!
A magpie. 

That is all for this week, see you soon. Love, Virginger, Glimmer, Trooper and Fleur.


  1. Those are great photos! We're sorry about the loss of the shared tree. Our mom always gets sad when a tree goes. Anyway, thanks for sharing these!

  2. How much fun was it meeting #1? France looks like a beautiful place.

  3. It is very good of your mum to help in the community garden.

    Sydney, Australia (on a borrowed device)

  4. Beautiful photos ! How cool that your mom could meet #1 ! Purrs

  5. Lovely pictures of the gardens. It sounds like the neighbour waited for your mum to go so he could hack away at the trees.

  6. Hey Ducky--those were some cute little (and big) duckies. Never as cute aas YOU of course. Those Frenchie gardens are real nice, but we think yours are super nice too. We only have a sidewalk, ha ha meow! Have a good weekend!


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