An interesting little moth which seemed dead until I photographed it!
Chappie who seems to be even fatter since she started her diet two months ago, usually cannot jump UP onto shelves and high surfaces. On Friday Rina spotted her in the pantry...
Chappie up on a pantry cupboard!
She's a good advert for the selection on cat food we buy for the other four [fussy] cats
Quite a few months ago, I photographed the anthurium which Rina re-potted and placed in a favorable spot in the entertainment area (also our sun porch) in November last year. It was flowering prolifically then and...
...is still flowering prolifically today!
At the same time as she'd re-potted another plant in my office (and Chappie's lounge/sleeping area) - a Peace on earth Lily - scientific name: Spathiphyllum
Spathiphyllum (Peace on Earth Lily) - Image Googe;
Ours is showing the first blooms of the season!
We counted five blooms yesterday!
Outside on the patio, the amaryllis is blooming.
I took this photo on Thursday
All over the Free State the peach, pear and plum blossoms are out in full color. My garden has three peach trees: from two of them we make sliced peach jam every year. We also have a mulberry tree and a weeping mulberry tree. A fig tree is struggling to make its presence known but seems too old.
We also have an orange tree which is bearing well at the moment. Rina had picked an orange to eat and left it on the dining table. Amanda and the children popped in on Thursday afternoon and I managed to capture on camera the cutest critter of all!
I'm linking to Saturday Critters with Eileen here
Here's wishing you all a wonderful Saturday!