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Thursday, June 14, 2018

Garden Tour Thursday

IZA:  Welcome to the Garden Tour.  I have some new blooms ta show.

The Stella De Oros are in full bloom.  Best I have ever seen all at once.
And there are daylilies blooming.
The first Stoke's Aster is blooming,  There are lots more buds so they should do better next week.
 There are stelles over near the apples and they are doing nice blooms too...
The hydrangeas surprised us.  It was like one day there was nothing and the next day this.  Well, we probably weren't paying attention...
 Nice look on the whole length of them...
 And look at one close up!  They are lovely.


Now let's sit up on the deck and relax.  We have minced HAM, minced Beef, and minced Chickie!

And Meowgaritas!  And a bowl of crushed NIP leafs.  Can't get much better than THAT!

Thank you again for coming along on my Garden Tour!




10 comments:

Brian said...

Dang, everything sure is pretty at your place!

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

What pretty blooms you have showing this week!

Megan said...

Fabulous flowers, Iza. How is TBT's vegetable garden performing this year?

Megan
Sydney, Australia

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

The yellow flowers make everything look sunny, but the aster is my favourite.

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Thank you for the tour. Everything is so pretty. I know you can turn pink hydrangeas to blue by changing the ph- does TBT know if the white ones can be changed too?

Just Ducky said...

Mum spied some flower buds just starting on our day lilies.

Terri said...

Lovely flowers! We always enjoy a good garden. I'm particularly fond of blue flowers. The girls are thrilled about the refreshments, too :)

Lone Star Cats said...

Luv da flowers!

M Dawson said...

You have the most marvellous flowers in your garden. Beautiful and yeah!! Kick back and enjoy the fruits of your labours ;-)

Marjorie and the Dash Kitten Crew

Alasandra, The Cats and Dogs said...

Thanks for saving us some snacks we are sorry we are so late stopping by.

We think the purple plant you are referring to in your comment on our blog is Bleeding Heart. It is super easy to root and has small pink flowers. There is another plant similar to it called Wandering Jew that has variegated leaves.