Thursday, July 01, 2010

Garden Thursday

IZA:  I have some nice flowers to show off today.  We'll start today with the Knautia.  They arent that much ta look at, but I like the way they match my collar...
Moving along the row, the Stokesia are bloomin nicely.  The blue is very pretty though it looks a little off in this picture...
These Achillea are funny flowers!  They turn from white ta pink as they get older.  Like they couldnt decide which color they wanted ta be...
 Here is the last of the lilies.  We got 4 spots for them, an each blooms atta differnt time.  Thats cool, cuz we get ta see them longer that way...
Theres a cute little wave petunia in the corner.  I like watchin it grow.  It should get bigger an have lots more flowers next month...
Then, while I was back at the Knautia (ta check on the progress The Big Thing was makin pullin out weeds), I spotted somethin movin near the bird feeder...
It was evil Skwerls!!!  Two of them right side by side...
I ran them off quick an settled down ta guard the birdfeeder! 
Im not sure what will be on the tour next week.  Im gonna hope for some pictures of the vegable garden.  The tamaters might start ripening.  If not, Im gonna show some of The Big Thing's FAILURES!  Heh-heh...

8 comments:

THE ZOO said...

oooohhhh. pretty garden. ife just discofered squirralies meself. i wouldnt know whut ta do wiff one if i kawt it though....Piper.

Brian said...

You have a very pretty garden Iza! I love to watch our squirrels play in our pecan tree!

The Island Cats said...

Your flowers are so pretty, Iza! Thanks for the tour!

The Island Cats said...

Your flowers are so pretty, Iza! Thanks for the tour!

Spitty-the-Kitty said...

Oh Iza! You look so ALERT in that picture when you heared the skwerls! You look good on guard duty!

Camie's Kitties said...

Iza, you have a very nice garden. We think it would be fun to watch the squirrels, especially since we've never seen any.

Tavi, Cody and Gracie

Milo and Alfie Marshall said...

Yoor garden is blooming marvelous! And yoo are superb snooperviser and protectors of the birdfeeder.

The Crew said...

What a nice garden tour.