I am participating in Flower Friday again this week
Thank you to our beautiful Dory for hosting this great event
Whitley Westie's Orchid
(as it will always be know as in our home)
Is doing really well
These are my new plants for the summer Buttie Pillars
They need this yummy smelly stuffs to grow
And this is an after the flowers…..
Our ONE and ONLY Olive
That's it, just the one….
Now where's my Martini glass
Loves and licky kisses
Where there is one, more will follow! The orchid is majestic!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Luv your pretty plants! And your orchid is beeyootifull!ReplyDelete
Oh my Princess .... Mum just cried when she saw your Whitley Westie orchid. How lovely is it?? AND it looks just like Whitley. Crikey we miss her, aye?? We saw her in the sky today. Mum was driving so couldn't take a picture but it was her. She looks well.You only got one olive on your tree???????? Ripped off, aye??ReplyDelete
Haha, one olive for the princess :-)))ReplyDelete
The orchid and all the other plants are so beautiful.
Have a nice weekend, little Leah.
Kisses and hugs from your Casper.
Wow this is my first-ever viewing of an olive own a plant. I am only familiar with the ones in a jar and sometimes in a deli. I wonder how long that all it will survive Leah. He he heReplyDelete
Princess Leah they are all gorgeous!! I know you are glad to get out and about in your beautiful gardenReplyDelete
Hugs madi your bfff
Lovely flowers and love the new header!ReplyDelete
They are just beautiful and we sure do miss our Whitley. Your new header is great!!ReplyDelete
your Whitley orchid is just beautiful... I maybe will post a photo of my mommas orchid... but that fits more to mischief moanday LOLReplyDelete
OMD OMD you have orchids and an OLIVE? That is soooo cool drool.ReplyDelete
What a lovely orchid, but how could it not be with such a beautiful name!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining Flower Friday this week!!
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
What pretty flowers! Hope the butty pillars come to visit them!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful flowers, Leah! Our mom would LOVE to have an orchid and to be able to make it bloom!ReplyDelete
That is some garden you've got there. I cannot wait to see it in person. What's that Mommy #2? I WON'T be going to England with YOU? Well, hmmmm. I'm a little chagrined now. Nonetheless, that is a beautiful garden. I think I need to get out in mine and share some photos. With this year's rain, we have STRAWBERRIES and BLUEBERRIES and dahlias and lilac and so on. Oh my! I really need to find my camera now.
Love and wish I was visiting Noodles
Your garden is beautifulReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
YOu grow olives???? Wow, that is great!!!ReplyDelete
And your orchid is amazing - how do you get so many of the shoots to bloom at one time?
Woos - Ciara and Lightning
Gorgeous. We especially love the Whitley flower and THE olive. Bwahaahaa~ We have one marble-sized mandarin on our little tree!ReplyDelete
Oh, gorgeous, Princess Leah! And yum - how was that martini with your homegrown olive??!ReplyDelete
Our mom planted TEN new Butterfly Weed plants and FIVE new Hummingbird Mints this morning. She's pooped, but the butterflies and bees are going to be thrilled once they grow! Oh. Right. Hummingbirds, too - maybe!
The Whitley Westie Orchid is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Mr Bailey, hazel & mabel
The orchid really is beautiful and is such a lovely reminder of your friend!ReplyDelete
By the way, I just noticed your header, I love it!!Delete
Buttie Pillars Lee went to the Buttie Pillars show at the Krohn Conservatory. There were 85 different species of free-flying butterflies from all over the world. Lee said they would land on you and just sit. Dogs were not allowed. The sinky stuff works wonders.ReplyDelete
Thanks for being a friend
Sweet William The Scot
Just one olive, huh? You should put it in one of Ruby's drinks!ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
Well....one olive is better then none olives, right? That orchid sure is pretty...just as Whitley herself always was.ReplyDelete
Oh gurl! That Whitley Orchid is BEAUTIFULS!!! It is sooooo Whitley! and growin' like a spitfire!ReplyDelete
BOL on the one olive! reminds Ma of last year when she got just 5 cherry tomatoes!
Well, start off small and before you know it, you will to ask one of those Italian farmers to come over and harvest your olives!ReplyDelete
Brom says he loves those orange flowers.
Mara from Norway
So beautiful! Your humans are super talented with the plants for sure!ReplyDelete
Look after that cute little olive, Princess Leah! :) :)ReplyDelete
Momo & Pinot
Your flowers look beautiful Leah! Our Mama loves to garden too :) Enjoy that martini ;)ReplyDelete
the critters in the cottage xo
Those are some lovely flowers, Princess Leah! That must be one special olive. LOL.ReplyDelete