A Jungle Garden Stroll

Fortification

Some of the Comox Valley Hittys came over. The visit started with chocolate-covered blueberries…

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Marching

…after which several of the Hittys went off to play volleyball while Elsatuna and Henrietta strolled off to examine the garden jungle!

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Peony

The little red fronds reaching up are going to be peonies!

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Calla Lilies

Elsatuna was very brave and climbed up a giant Calla Lily…

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Scilla

…and then she found a little blue Scilla just poking its head up out of the dirt!

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Jack Frost

The girls both sat in the pretty Jack Frost Brunnera flowers…

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Alium

…and they sniffed the Allium to see if it smelled like onions (it didn’t).

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Wildlife

The jungle wildlife was a little alarming…

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Lamb’s Ears

…and so the girls lay down to recover in the softest leaves in the world!!!

 

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11 thoughts on “A Jungle Garden Stroll

    • It was fun! We are so glad they live nearer-by now, and we don’t have to wait for months between visits! The Hittys are always happy to see their jolly cousins, and soon the humans might be able to even give each other hugs again!

  1. Starting the day off with chocolate is a wonderful beginning to any day. The stroll in the garden was delightful. I could almost smell the fragrance of Spring in the air.

    • I certainly agree about the chocolate – and, why, chocolate-covered blueberries are practically healthy! Spring is definitely in the air, but the day has ended up very blustery, so we didn’t spend a lot of time outside in it!

  2. Your hand-carved Hitty dolls are fabulous! (I say that after having looked at most of their biographies.) Their faces are amazing. I love how you put them in environments, take photos, and tell stories.

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