Friday, October 02, 2009

Happy October

This is a reminder of the beautiful weather we had last week. This week has been different!

Here's Emily harvesting her catnip.

This came from some mixed sunflower seeds. It is the first time I've had one like this. Under all that fluff is a full sunflower seedhead! I didn't expect that.

I'll be away from the keyboard for some days. I'm looking forward to catching up with you then. And you know you'll be seeing Petunia's Pumpkins soon!

5 comments:

Matron said...

Ahh, some lovely Autumn sunshine. I am constantly amazed that Washington state frequently has the same weather we do. We've had a brilliant warm,sunny 2 weeks here! Great sunflowers! PS.I ate my first Delicata squash today - brilliant! Thank you

Fruitful Harvest said...

Hi there~
I wanted to thank you for letting me know about the garden get together in Seattle...I was unable to make it!:(
I too love sunflowers! I had two of the kind on your bottom picture. My 4yr old brought them home last mothers day(from preschool) seedlings in a paper cup...
Great slug picture too!

Blessings,
Georgiann @ The Garden Gate

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ibrahim said...

cool pictures. The last sunflower is called Teddy bear. I'm growing these at the moment!

Lisa @ Ladylip.com said...

I love sunflowers! This fluffy sunflower is really interesting...I may have to grow some of these. Really nice site and great photos!

Lisa