Since I dint get ta do the Garden Tour yesserday (tax time fer TBT), Im doing it TODAY instead. The place is too pretty ta skip...
So please come along an join me. The weather is GORJUS!
Half of the tulips are blooming like mad. The snow last week didnt harm them. These yellow&Red ones are bootiful.
Now lets get up on the deck fer snacks. We have a surprise this week. EVIL SKWERL bits! No, WE didnt catch it (TBT did an we arent asking questions). And to accompany it, we also have Meowgaritas, Niptinis, and plain cream. (Creamed skwerl, LOL).
But fer those more traditional, Marley has brought out some fancy chick-hen bits TBT was saving. "Something fer evrykitty", he says.
Thank you all fer coming along on my Garden Tour!
Wow, those tulips are stunning!ReplyDelete
We love daffoldils they are our favourite flowers EVER, and the tulips look cool!ReplyDelete
It's wonderful to see your garden looking so good after reading on TBT's blog about all the work he did to protect the bulbs from voles. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Those are such purrty tulips! All we have here so far are bluebells, daffodils and some crocus...but they didn't do too well...due to evil skwerl workings in our yard, or maybe the underground varmints.ReplyDelete
The tulips look lovely. My mum says she likes the Flair ones best. The nip looks the best to me though. Creamed skwerl sounds good. My dad calls them tree rats. They used to go in the oak tree outside the window and taunt me. Dad had to saw the tree down though because it had gone rotten and was dangerous and could have fallen on our roof. We got enough logs to last several winters though.ReplyDelete
Great tour. I especially like those purple tulips, very pretty.ReplyDelete
That purple prince is really pawsome.ReplyDelete
Iza obrigada por compartilhar essas lindas flores, é difícil escolherReplyDelete
Your garden is going to be beautiful this spring and summer.ReplyDelete
Those flowers sure are purretty. Me luvs fresh nip. Mommy says it's great but will take over a garden in a minute ifin ya' don't watch it.ReplyDelete
Oh yea, we love the purple bloomers!ReplyDelete
Lovely tour and that garden is really going to be gorgeous when everything grows up. We are not that far along up here in the north. But our days are warming up nicely with lots of sunshine, so there is hope now.ReplyDelete