Thursday, April 13, 2017

Back to the Garden

Getting there, most of the plants are in now.  Put the New Guinea Impatien in the first bed and then went to work in the shady bed.  Don't know the names of all the plants, but they're all either blue or lavender.    We had Miss Kitty out with us and she just had to climb the ladder, she loves ladders, that Mac had used to trim the Snowball tree and she caught her paw, was hanging and crying.  We finally gat her loose, she was more scared than hurt, but hearing her cry breaks my heart.
Very warm today, supposedly we had a cold front go through last night--HA!-- it's well up in the 80's today.
Tomorrow I get the rest of my Impatiens in, they go in the side garden where I grow Asperagus Ferns.  And Mac will plant my Easter Lilies out front.
Need to go exercise, don't want to, but must.





7 comments:

  1. It's always good to get them out before it gets too hot. Such pretty Petunias! Like those Impatiens too. Poor Miss Kitty, they do seem to get themselves in trouble from time to time.

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  2. Poor kitty kat. Your plants look beautiful. Looking forward to seeing it all together when you get the others done.

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  3. Looks and sounds as if you had a busy and productive day - you must be pleased.

    All the best Jan

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  4. Aww!! poor baby!! hope kitty is fine now.. Impatiens are so beautiful..

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  5. Pretty bunch of plants! Hope the kitty is okay:)

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  6. Hope Miss Kitty is okay now. I hate to hear cats cry. I have yet to see my cat climb a tree and deep down I hope he never does.

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  7. Poor Miss Kitty, I hope she's recovered from her ordeal.

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