Thursday, September 05, 2013

Garden Tour Thursday

IZA: 
 
Well. we are right outside early.  So Iffen ya want to, ya can sit inside fer a while an TBT will toss kibbles around.  Or you can on along out.  It IS safe.

I have lots ta show today.  The orinje Marigolds are doin kinna well.
Some of the orinje Zinnias are lookin a bit Red.
The Lariope are finally blooming.
And so are the Aster.
 The Atumn Joy Sedum are starting to change color...
The Black Eye Susaans are continuing to bloom!
The Stella D "Oro are starting to rebloom agaim.  
The Caladiums are doin well too.
 We have several differt leaves.
 I like the red ones  best!
 An because this was a LONG tour today, Marley an Ayla have brought out a lot of snacks! Well, we need it.

Oh, well, I hope ya like pork.  We have bowls of that.  But we also have some shrimps and OMC, some mousies and grasshoppers!  Marley was busy in the back yard while we we lookin at the flowers!  There are some raw fresh Nip leafs,  too.  So let's just get right into all that.  The drinks will come out soon.  Nip Smoothies iffen I guess right.

10 comments:

Brian said...

Gee, that was sure a whole lot of pretty!!!

Mariodacat said...

Oh how pretty your garden still looks. M says ours is all dried up and yukky looking from such a hot summer.

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Grasshoppers are my favorite! I love the catering at your Garden Thursdays!

The Crew said...

'Nip smoothies, you say? We'll be right over!

ANGEL ABBY said...

Oh nommy grasshoppers! Momma killed a katydid today! She says they are eating her plants!!!

Flynn said...

Lots of lovely colours in the garden. Grasshoppers! I love the way they crunch.

Megan said...

Nip smoothies sound interesting.

Megan
Sydney, Australia

Karen Jo said...

Your garden is lovely. We will be right over for grasshoppers and nip smoothies to wash them down.

Spyro and the Gang

The Furries of Whisppy said...

With so many flowers, do you get lots of butterflies and bees too?

Maxwell, Faraday and Allie said...

Holy CAT, so THAT's what those are? We has a lariope hedge in our front yard and didn't know it!