Thursday, May 30, 2019

Garden Thursday

Hello and welcome to Garden Thursday. Spring has been slow coming but we think it is really here now. The crabby apple tree bloomed and is now making pink confetti in the yard, the lilacs are blooming and smell wonderful. Sorry we can't have smell-o-vision for you.

Mum got a few flowers to add to the corepopsis she got last week. Some really pale wave pet-unias and some white tuberous begonias.

They were planting at the community garden this week. Mum was planting the food plants, others were putting in more things in the pollinator garden part. Mum thinks they have about 80% of the food part planted. Still need to put in the broccolli and the tomaters. The got herbs planted too. Plus some of the planters are getting wire put around them so they don't feed the critters.
Bizzy, bizzy week for mum and all the other gardeners. Soon they can just enjoy what they have done and maybe harvest some stuff.

Love, Virginger, Glimmer, Trooper and Fleur.


  1. No need to plant the broccoli in the community garden - no one likes the stuff!

    Sydney, Australia

  2. The colors in the first photos are magnificent. As for the community garden- too much work for this old girl!

  3. Your Spring blooming season is sure looking terrific!

  4. Megan's comment above: I beg to differ! I LURV broccoli! Roasted, or chopped up in a salad...yummy yum yum!
    The Hubby talks about planting some herbs for his cooking.

  5. Your flowers are beautiful ! Claire has been planting the veggies garden today, and she thanks your mom for her pictures of the community garden : it reminds her to put some straw to avoid weeds. Purrs

  6. hay ewe lee awesum flowerz mum planted... tho we gotta wunder; wher de nip ore cat grazz waz planted in de community garden :) ☺☺♥♥

  7. Thanks for the pix, girls! Your mum and her green thumb pals have certainly been busy in that garden!

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