I don't know what type of plant that is but it's pretty. You'll be relieved to know that there's no cat on my blog again today! :)
I know exactly what type of plant this is, Nora and it's just for you. It's a variegated Dogwood!
It's very pretty for not being a cat.(I haven't seen that many cats this time around. What's up with you and cats? Are you a hater? That doesn't sound like you at all.)
I just KNEW it was a variegated something or other!
I'm not a big fan of cats. I'm left alone all day at home with our cat and it's always playing tricks on me. Then, Mayse gets home from work and the cat's so well behaved.
Dogwood. We have a few of them in the garden. I think they're neat.
Don't know what I'm looking at but, it is interesting. Is it Arugula?
Some sort of caladium? Whatever it is, Cat would probably eat it.I bet your front garden is beautiful!
I don't think so. Are you reading the previous comments 54?
I doubt your cat would eat a Dogwood, Ref.
You were right! What was your first clue?
I have NO IDEA what kind of plant that is! But it sure is pretty!
Professional gardeners, of which I'm not call it a Cornus alba 'Elegantissima'.
Oh!! Good to know!
Hey, this is a full service blog. Let me know if you ever use cornus alba elegantissima in a sentence, okay?
It kind of looks like an iguana hiding beneath it. I've got stop having Cheerios and vodka for breakfast.
Definitely a plant. Or maybe a cat. No, a plant. I'm almost sure.
I am at the same level as you about identifying plants...yep, it's variegated. Great picture of a plant, though.
Sounds like a great way to start the day. Or finish the day!
Aw, you had to say the c word.
It's a hardy plant and low maintenance. You just have to leaf it alone and it grows like a weed. Wait. Is it a weed?
I could have sworn it was a variegated thingamabob. Damn, I always get them mixed up!
Looks like pot to me, but I don't know much about plants. Everything looks like pot.
Cheerios and vodka is the breakfast of champions.
Annnnnnnnnnnd I apologize. Dear gawd, these people and their cats just tipped me right over the edge. I really hadn't noticed that many until today. The dogs are gaining ground, too. Before this thing is over, I'm going to hate both. (I'm also a wee bit jealous because cats and dogs are great props & some of these prompts beg for props.)
A thingamabob would fit this challenge quite nicely, don't you think?
Yeah, a congress of cats.
Nora started it. Damn her...and her damn cat!
Ha ha ha!
At least its not photos of butterflies and bugs. :)
And I have started the influx of dogs. You are welcome.
Dufus, were you "resting" on the ground when you took this photo? Might as well do something down there after you finished those seven Coronas!
Yeah, I was. But it kinda bugged me.
Oops, you were listening. Yes, go dogs!
Uh-oh, are you two engaging in a cat fight?
Speaking of bobs we should do 30 Days of Bob Dylan!
All I can tell you about that plant is that it's green.
Hey, it's not easy being green.
It would be a royal battle between you and MikeWJ!
Yeah... go dogs!
Dogwood! So you DID include an animal today!
I think there's every shade of green imaginable in that photo. Well, maybe not a hideous lime green. That color only belongs in a Corona.
The only colour green you can't see is me lying in the dirt after all those Coronas.
Don't think twice, Paula, it's alright.
How is your lovely little pup these days?
Damn, yes I did. But not a cat.
He's sitting here all pissed off because he found out that Malisa gives her dog ice cream cones and he gets nothing good. Must be why he keeps trying to drink my adult beverages... has to drown his sorrows.
Were you "in the weeds"?
Nope. Butterflies wings and dog tongues to the death.
Wow that is very beautiful. I am NOT a plant name know-er.... but I know I like the picture!
I know nothing of plants, no matter if they are close or not. :)
It is a plant. I will trust that it was in your front yard. And it is definitely close-up. I can go with that . And oh yeah, not a cat! :-DTraci
Thank you Katherine. I like this pic too.
Aw, that's sad P.J. We need to get to the root of your problem I think.
Exactly. Finally, someone understands me and my feelings towards felines.
Um, I'll never tell.
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