29.7.10

Noll In the Society of Feline Gardeners


Thursday In The Garden- Society of Feline Gardeners

Today, I join with Jonesie of the Cory Cat Blog (http://corycattalks.blogspot.com/)
Founder Emeritus and Master Gardener,
 in higlighting the garden
I live and play in. 

It is harvest time
 in my neck of the woods:
Home-grown nommies
for the humans.

Here we have the Saffron Straightneck Squash.
Their shape & color remind me
 of those cheery yellow goldfinches
that light overhead
when I sits under my purple plum tree.

This is a bicolor sweet corn
named Peaches & Cream.
Hmmmm....I likes cream!

Little orbs of purple goodness:
these Kaga plums will be sugared
 & turned into jam.
My Own often calls me
 her "Sugar Plum Faerie" =^..^=

Super Snappy Bush Peas!
What a delightful green. 
Which reminds me to remind you....
It is important to eat colorful things.
Nomming grassy should be on
efurrybody's daily to-do list!

Of course,
not efurrything
that grows in my garden
is human-nommy fare.

I don't have to tell you
what this is ;)








24 comments:

The Kool~Kittie~Krew said...

You have the most excellent bounty coming from your garden! we especially like the last thing you showed! Mmm~Mmm good!

Kea said...

Wow, you have a lot of good stuff to be harvested from your garden! Good work!

And yes, the nip is the best. LOL.

Hannah and Lucy said...

Thank goodness there was some nip in the garden.

Brian said...

Garden goodies look like fun!

Angel and Kirby said...

That is a great bounty. You have a beautiful garden!

Simba said...

Oh, your garden has lots of real edible stuff! Fantastic.

Milo and Alfie Marshall said...

Noll, a huge big welcome to our gardening club! I love yoor first gardening post and hope yoo do many more. I'm going to add yoor RSS feed to my blog so I don't miss any future posts.

Love Alfie Marshall xx

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

YUM!

And

Nom
NoM
NOM

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: And the garden's bounty is tasty looking too!

JC said...

I'd like to walk in your garden !!!

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Oh what a great garden post Noll! All the foods look so yummy! And we are super impressed that your beans are such good growers - our mom isnt' really good at that stuff. And it is very good that they have some nip in the garden for you - it is your garden after all!

The Creek Cats said...

Oh wow!! Look at those wonderful veggies and fruits at your place! Nom nom nom!

SuziQCat said...

Your veggies all look delicious! That catnip looks fresh and yummy too!

Pierro said...

Wowie your garden has really grown and produced some very lovely yummy things for your beans. I am certain that it is your careful paw work that produced such perfection!
The nip garden is the best!

bonks Nol

Jacqueline said...

Wow, Noll, we are so impressed with your prolific vegetables=great job growing vegetables in your garden!...Of course, we are most impressed with the fresh nip=enjoy sweet friends...xo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

The Island Cats said...

Wow! Lots of stuff from your garden!! But we'll take that nip!!

Cory said...

We are jumping up and down with joy that you joined our Society. Jonesie is honored to welcome you!

We just adore all of the wonderful food...and those sweet little plums look just purrfect for whapping!

xoxo Cory and Jonesie

Lisa, Jack and Baby said...

Our mom wants some of those wonderful veggies and fruits. And, of course, you know what we want.

Harry Spotter said...

Great harvest. They look fabulous. Hope your family enjoys the bounty. Have a great weekend.

The Misadventures Of Me said...

NIP!! Oh goodness its so gud straight from the plant.

Molly
Shadow
Trooder

Inigo Flufflebum and d'Artagnan Rumblepurr said...

It all looks so nommy, especially YOU!!

Junior and Orion said...

Meowm is drooling at all your garden goodness! We are drooling at the nip!!!

Batu said...

Yummy!!!!

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

Your family has very green thumbs and so nice that they planted some nippy for your enjoyment, too...brings new meaning to 'Eat your Greens!"

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