Dad brought in the Crab Apple Bonsai to protect it from the wind
Oh sniff those pretty flowers.....
Pull the petals off
run away and eats them!!!!
Safe from the wind but not from the puppy teefs!
Loves and licky kisses
As soon as we read that it would be safe from the wind, we thought of puppy teeth.....wonder why.....ReplyDelete
It is a gorgeous tree.
.....well at least you didn't look to prune sticks off it!!! Dad might look for a higher perch next time the tree needs 'pawtection'! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Oh, watch out an don't tip ofur that lil bitty tree!ReplyDelete
Duz it make teeny, tiny crabby apples too?
That is such a pretty tree Princess Leah. We hope you didn't eat too many leaves since that tree is so very pretty. Lots of apple blooms. You all have a great day.ReplyDelete
that's a brilliant way to eat apples Leah! and this tree looks beautiful... my momma awwweed and ohhed... but she is the girl with the black thumbs and would kill even a stinging nettle :o)ReplyDelete
Isn't that Bonsai beautiful! Our G-Pa used to grow then and had about 40 tree's. Mommy remembers digging holes and burying them every winter. That was many moons ago. We still have 1 of them left which we tend to carefully.ReplyDelete
Lily Belle & Muffin
Oh my gosh, we have tried at our house to raise two bonsi and they bit the dust in about a month, then we bought grandpa one for his birthday and it died also...your parents are the great bonsi masters.....stella roseReplyDelete
BOL! YOu ate the flowers and leafs off that beautiful plant?!? Oh, Princess Leah....ReplyDelete
What a beautiful plant!ReplyDelete
OH MY.... that Bone's Eye tree is LOVELY... and we are SURE that the petals are delicately flavored... just right fur a Princess' Teefs... and Tongue..ReplyDelete
How did they taste? I'm guessing not so yummyReplyDelete
Wow, Leah that's such a pretty tree! I would be very tempted to pee on it, so better for you to nibble instead. BWAR HAR HARReplyDelete
BTW: Did it taste like apple?
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, Police Commish
Your flowers are Gaw-gousReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
Leah what a darling little tree! Looks like you have master the bonsai trimming skills.ReplyDelete
My dad calls me no sai bunny..maybe I need a little tree too
Madi your bffff
Hey Princess Leah! I would be right there tasting those blossoms too!ReplyDelete
Bailey & Hazel too
What a pretty bonsai! You should really leave the blossoms alone so you can get some yummy apples in a few months. We're still waiting for our pear tree to bloom and hoping very fervently that we actually get some pears this year. Last year we had not a one!ReplyDelete
Noooo Leah, that is way too beautiful to eat!ReplyDelete
I would give anything to be able to grow one of those but unfortunately I only have to look at a plant and it is dead :(
BOL...Go Leah!!! How did they taste???ReplyDelete
Dory, Jakey, Arty and Bilbo
Oh how beautiful. We'd like to smell on it.ReplyDelete
Kisses and hugs from your Casper.
Uh oh Leah,ReplyDelete
I used to eat houseplants when I was a puppy and I got into so much trouble - can you spell C-R-A-T-E?
EXACTLY what I'd do! It's like we're twins or something!ReplyDelete
Looks like you found some Monday Mischief on Tuesday:) Mom says she has never seen a crabapple bonsai - boy, would she love one of those - it is SO pretty.ReplyDelete
Woos - Ciara and Lightning
I like eating flowers, too. I'm not sure why but my brain is wired that way. :)ReplyDelete
So how do those petals taste?ReplyDelete
So....how were the Crabs!ReplyDelete
The Mad Scots
How beautiful it is! We bet those flower petals taste delicious!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly
BOL, dat looks like somefin I would do.ReplyDelete
We are sure it was an accident!ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
Very pretty and I can see why you felt the need to sneak a taste.ReplyDelete
Aroo to you,
Oh they were soooo beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a cool plant to have. You are a silly girl Leah.ReplyDelete
BOL! So stealthy Princess LeahReplyDelete
Wally & Sammy
PeeS: that is one aroooootiful bonsai tree.
Hehehe! Illgotten treats taste the best!!ReplyDelete
Pretty just like uReplyDelete
That is a lovely plant! ♥ReplyDelete