Welcome back to my garden! There is lots of good stuff to eat and I'm feeling the satisfaction of feeding my family. We have corn and beets and carrots....oh so much! We even have extra goodies to share with the neighbors. I am so proud.
I still try to get the others to help me but it's an uphill battle. Ginger and Cecilia mostly like to hang out and watch me do the gardening.
As promised yesterday, here are my pinot noir grapes. I have caught my mom sneaking bites. She said they are delicious but I'm putting my paw down and telling her to save them for our first batch of experimental wine. With me purring over the process, it will turn out fine.
Here is a glimpse of our fennel. I've seen mom and dad eating it in salads. I have no interest but as long as they are happy, I purrrr.
Oh your fennel looks lovely! Ours didn't do quite as well. And we can't wait to hear about the wine!
My human thinks fennel is almost too pretty to eat!
You are a very talented gardener, Cory. We are proud of you. Let us know how the wine turns out.
Spyro and the Gang
What you can harvest looks really good !
My mom-person would eat all thoose grapes since she doesn´t like wine :)
All looks purrfect :)
you are such a task master..
You should be proud, that is a fine garden.
What a bounty! You did real good this year, Jonesie.
Your grapes look lovely Jonesie and should make delicious wine.
Jonesie, your grapes are so, so beautiful!
what a beautiful garden. I wonder if it is a lot of hard work. Cats do best at supervision of work, I find. And inspection of the finished result.
Those grapes look mighty good. Our humans have lots of herbs including the fennel, but we have never seen them use it. All we care about is our nip plant. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo
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