Tuesday, April 7, 2009

i have a garden

i have my windowsill herb garden and an african violet to be in charge of. i'm also in charge of the fresh daffodil bouquet. this is my first garden. 

13 comments:

tut-tut said...

I'm impressed with your herbs, Eddy! When the urge comes to dig, resist!

Deborah Godin said...

Eddy, could you please say a few words (via cat telepathy is okay) to Pearl, Sweeney (especially her) Flash and Elliott about the joys of simply being "in charge" and not have to "sample" everything? I mean, if you could help convince them, then I could have something around here besides cactus (which I like, mind you, but there is so much more, plant-wise). Thanking you! Your plants look really pretty, BTW. And you look very handsome.

quiltcat said...

Hello Edward. You look like a very responsible young mancat, very proud of your first garden! (Just resist the urge to sample or dig, o.k.?)

Cheysuli and gemini said...

That is a very nice garden you have.

Sir William Macanack said...

I love Gardens
You Rock Man.
SWM

Daisy said...

Oh dear, Eddy, that's a lot of responsibility!

bitchlet said...

I'd like to see a picture of that garden one week from now.

Aoise said...

I have every faith in you Eddy that you won't be tempted to sample the garden and that you will take your duties very serwously.

Megan said...

You look very much on guard.

LKD said...

What a lovely garden.

What herbs are you growing?

Do you chew on your green things?

I can't have any plants because Bob will chew on anything that resembles a plant. He used to chew on the fake plant that my neighbor at my previous residence used to keep in the hall.

I haven't much of a green thumb anyway.

Looks like you've got quite the green paw though,

Mickey,Georgia , Tillie said...

Gee Eddy,that is a lot of responsibility!!! I bet you can handle it OK,unless there is catnip in one of those pots!!!!heeheehee
Purrs Mickey

edward said...

i growing basil and cilantro this month. but it's hard keeping the humans from taking some.

lettuce said...

Eddy, I hope you wont be tempted to nibble at them while they are very little