14.4.13

Noll's Nip Nursery



My evening constitutional was brightened by the discovery of nip babies growing in heretofore uncharted soil!

The first wee delight was growing out of an old stump.  (My Own gardens as organically as possible!)  This old maple stump is used as a base for a flower pot. 
Lo and behold, a little seed must have been dropped, complete with avian fertilizer, in the most advantageous of spots.  Impeccable aim, Mr. Goldfinch!
 



Next, I found another wayfaring baby keeping the pink primrose company.  I am happy this little one is growing by my favorite snooping corner. 
The taxis bush holds such wonderful alien smells. 
It is here, I put on my Flehmen Response face =^..^=
One more reason to open my mouth and inhale deeply! 


 
 
 

4 comments:

Angel and Kirby said...

Baby nip plants! Do not nibble them too short! Pretty flowers!

The Island Cats said...

Wow, that nip looks great!

Sparkle said...

Ah! There are few things as delightful as fresh spring catnip!

da tabbies o trout towne said...

noll...nothin better N catnip....less yur talkin trout, ham samiches ore donuts !!