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Wednesday, 5 August 2015

Green fingers?

Hello friends

So the weather continues to be lovely and truthfully I should be 
gardening but I'm always crafting!
Thankfully I've found a new plant variety, it does require some feeding,
a fair amount of attention but relatively stress free.
This is the upright specimen...
 or there is a dwarf curling variety, prefers shady areas!
Unfortunately no cuttings are available!

I hope your week is going well, as usual mine is flying by!
This Saturday I will be demoing at Sir Stampalot in Peterborough.

I do hope some of you live that way and can pop along. 

Take care friends...I'm back to crafting and non-gardening.

24 comments:

Diane said...

Great pictures, really made me giggle when I saw them on Facebook yesterday!

marg said...

Hello Christine
Love the way the cats hide in the garden.....lovely pictures!
Take care
Love Marg

Carole Z said...

Super photos Christine! Hugs Carole Z X

PharmacyMichele said...

Great photos of the cats!

Michele

nattyboots said...

I don't do cats or Gardening Christine ,but i do enjoy the pleasure of looking at both .
Our weather was dull then a bit of sunshine yesterday however i think it may stay sunny today ,not a cloud in the sky.
Take Care
Elaine H X

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
Great photos today,lovely cats..
I hope you have a good day.
Take care. x

Laura O said...

cool pictures of the cats ,your lucky if weather is good here is Ireland it is terrible rain rain and more rain [has my vote for worst year ever ],Laura O

pinksparkle said...

Oh such perfect variety of plants! No pruning, what a bonus. Have a good day in Peterborough, wish I could be there.

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Christine, Great piccies, they are so cute.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
What great photos, gave me a smile this morning.
Lydia.
X

Lesley Thomas said...

Love your new plant Christine, and I really like one of my own, but do understand your reluctance to take cuttings, LOL. I wish I could indulge in some crafting at the moment, but I have a large piece of knitting that needs to get done!

Jean Z said...

Hi Christine, Lovely pictures cat are so funny . love Jean Z xxxx

Ella's Design said...

Ha, ha, Christine - great piccies! Cats can be the funniest creatures! I found my neighbour's siamese sat in my basket of towels that I'd left by the back door after whipping them in when the rain started and she has a habit of sitting on our front door mat and scaring the life out of you when you open the front door too! I have to say, I do like your potted variety, though!
Hope there's still a bit of Summer left as it's been a lot of the wet stuff recently here in Wales! Enjoy your workshop! Hugs, Lisa x

Mac Mable said...

Especially Loved your blog today, very witty and such fun. I am not a cat person, much more a dog person (Bella x) but this has brought a smile to my face for the rest of the day xx

barbara macaskill said...

I want some of these plants!! LOVE the kitty pictures so much! Adorable and cuddly! TFS!

barbara macaskill said...

I want some of these plants!! LOVE the kitty pictures so much! Adorable and cuddly! TFS!

utilitygirl said...

Love the new 'plant' variety Christine - cats do get into some wonderful places don't they. My daughter has 4 kittens creating havoc at the moment and she' only just moved house - so chaos reigns!!
Have a good day at Sir Stampalot.

LoraineC said...

Your photos made me smile, our cat also likes to curl up in a pot. He is a very big cat ( dare I say fat) so uses a very large pot!!! I don't like to plant anything in it as it would only get squashed!!! X

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Christine,
I've heard of cat mint, but cat plants, well that's a new one on me. You've a fine specimen there!!!
Wish I lived near Sir Stampalot.
Maureen xxx

Jackie Durrant said...

Cute pictures but your words make them! Best wishes Jackie x

karenlotty said...

I like this plant I could cope with one of these All my green ones tend not to survive! Certainly made me smile

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Christine
I could do with a plant like yours. Just needs feeding and watering, but can mostly look after themselves. I had a good giggle. Have a lovely time in Peterborough.

Craftychris said...

Aw bless! So cute! xxx

hazel young said...

Lovely photos xx hazel

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