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"Busaiku" (left) ... for Linsuffolk and Fluffy


"Busaiku" (left) ... for Linsuffolk and Fluffy (Selaginella tamariscina (Beauv.) Spring)

In 2002.



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Hello all of you nice to meet you.

17 Jul, 2010

 

she looks like she's about to claw somebody's eyes out & I'm guessing that white cat will join in!

17 Jul, 2010

 

They're lovely, i think the white one's saying "can we move now, i've said cheese" !

17 Jul, 2010

 

so beautiful...

17 Jul, 2010

 

Oh Tommymoo they are lovely. I thought I was seeing things when I saw 'Busaiku' , she is the double of Fluffy and her sister Susie. even down to the little grey tip on her tail.The white cat is like my daughters cat Snowy. I have one of him among my photos. He is crippled as I have explained with the photo.Is the white cat blind in one eye as I noticed he has one blue eye and the other one is yellow?.All 3 of them are gorgeous!!!! :o)) Thanks for sharing it .

17 Jul, 2010

 

Hi Claris and Elsiemay, thanks for the comments :) Oh no, Lauram! Although we once called her 'Cat of the Devil', Busaiku doesn't attack human beings LOL :) I love Louise's line, you must be a mind-reader :) Oh Linsuffolk, I thought exactly the same thing when I saw 'Fluffy'~~~. I looked at the photo of Snowy today. He's very lovely with the pure white coat. Well, I don't think the white cat in the photo was blind in one eye. She just had different-coloured eyes. She had a sister from the same litter and they were two peas in a pod. I'm going to upload a photo.

19 Jul, 2010

 

LOL It does look like, the little white 1 is saying something...it might be
don`t smile, he, may think you love having your pic taken...What a
wonderful expression on Busaiku`s face, or is it disgust..LOL
This is such a nice pic Tm...

20 Jul, 2010

 

Busaiku doesn't look like a cat.. To tell you the truth, her mother was ... an owl. Just kidding lol :D She's got the grumpy-ish face nearly all the time. Maybe she's fed up with being photos taken by me lol :)

21 Jul, 2010

 

Torties are almost always grumpy. I have the scars to prove it.

22 Jul, 2010

 

LOL Lauram :D
By the way I noticed you bought cobra lilies this year, I wonder how they are doing. I have a couple of pictures of similar plant my parents grow, so I'm going to upload them for you :)

22 Jul, 2010

 

Lovely picture! 'Oh my' the white one...:))

22 Jul, 2010

 

Hi Michaella, thanks for the comment :)

22 Jul, 2010

 

Tommymoo, the cobra lilies were beautiful.I'm just not sure if I should dig them up in the fall - apparently they don't enjoy wet winters. I'd planned to buy more but I realized I'd spent way too much money on plants already.

22 Jul, 2010

 

I've never seen the real cobra lilies you have but I often came across the similar one (cousin?) called "cobra lily Urashima" (Arisaema urashima) in woodlands in Japan. Maybe you want to check it out !? They are not so beautiful as yours; they don't have the white round bit (spadix) sticking out of the middle. Instead, the spadix is black / dark purple, thin like a whip / fishing line and long about 45 cm / 18 inches. I'm not sure whether you should dig them up or not, but I think they'll be all right if you heavily mulch them, giving the same environment as they are in the forest.

23 Jul, 2010

 

Good pic Tommy :o)

23 Jul, 2010

 

Thanks TT :-)
I'm happy for you; your Truffle and Conker won the prizes! Congratulations!!!

23 Jul, 2010

 

Thanks Tommy...
Truffle is pleased that he won the doggie treats...Lol.

23 Jul, 2010

 

LOL :D
Your bench and shed look great, not to mention all the flowers :)

23 Jul, 2010

 

Thanks... I put a pic.on GoY yesterday of Truffle with lots of water droplets.
Didn't realise my camera had caught the water in the air till I saw the pic on my computer screen ! .:o)

23 Jul, 2010

 

I'm going to check it out :) 
Hope your camera is okay!!!

23 Jul, 2010

 

Just found this pix Tommymoo...they are gorgeous, all three...:)))

27 Aug, 2011

 

Thank you Crissue :-)
Only the ugly one is still alive, she's about 10 years old.

30 Aug, 2011



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