Saturday, April 17, 2010

mr. brattcat's garden

is infinitely more rabbit friendly than Mr. McGregor's...
of course it's easy to be rabbit friendly when there are no rabbits.

28 comments:

Serge Cornillet said...

What a lovely garden, so colourful!! Very nice, I like it!
Bye,
Serge

Birdman said...

Quite nice! I can't wait til this becomes a daily scene. Snowing here outside the kitchen window. Kind of a downer this AM... but I can dream, can't I?

Jacob said...

Mr. Brattcat is one wily, wascally wabbit! Look at that "garden." Wow! Spring in all its glory right there in front of your eyes!

Bugs would think he'd died and gone to bunny heaven.

Thhhhhhhat's all folks!

mia said...

What a pretty garden! I wish we had spring here in Manila too. I bet those flowers wouldn't survive the heat here.

Leif Hagen said...

What a lovely garden! Perfect for an afternoon coffee and treats with a friend! If it's warm enough yet...

Julie said...

But were Mr BC to get himself a cucumber frame, then maybe a bunny or two would appear. But then you, dear BC, would have to skin them and use them to line your coat, and we would not want that now, would we.

Grand looking garden.

Small City Scenes said...

Lovely garden and the brick walkway is gorgeous. I am glad you have more color now and no snow.

Regarding my blog---wouldn't flying be fun. MB

Virginia said...

Just beautiful. Do I spy some pink azaleas?
V

Sunny said...

Pathways, pickets and posies...perfect!
Sunny :)

Rob and Mandy said...

Nice garden you got there! Good job, Mr Brattcat!

Sharon Creech said...

What a beautiful garden and beautiful street, brattcat!

Magpie said...

Oh this is lovely. I could just lose myself in this picture and never come home. Mr. BC is very talented indeed and Mrs. Bc is very lucky indeed. Is that a wind sculpture hanging there?

Sharon said...

What a gorgeous garden and such a splendid spring scene!

Cezar and Léia said...

Luna would certainly enjoy exploring such a lovely place, perhaps she would even discover some rabbits! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

cieldequimper said...

Mrs BC is lucky to have Mr BC. It is gorgeous!

slim said...

If P.R. was around he would probably lose his blue jacket over by the black iron sculpture in the corner.

What an inviting garden . . . is it being covered by a white blanket today?

Yvi said...

What a wonderful and colorful garden!

Highton-Ridley said...

...and Beatrix Potter was a great, great aunt of mine, something like that. I'm sure she would have found a way for Peter to visit Mr Brattcat's garden for breakfast!!

MCCasey said...

Beautiful garden and street.

Kate said...

Beautiful planning...kudos for Mr. Brattcat, and Mrs is SO SMART 'cuz she gets to enjoy it all.

Café Chick said...

So very picturesque! I could happily wile away a few hours here reading a book in the sun.

Kaori said...

My dream garden.

Tulsa Gentleman said...

Mr. Brattcat has a lovely garden....

Hilda said...

So pretty!

I wish my husband (or me!) had even a tiny bit of Mr Brattcat's gift.

Thank you for visiting and leaving comments while my husband and I were away, Brattcat. I really, really appreciate it. Big hug from Manila! :)

VP said...

A very nice picture, I love that garden. Some Catch 22 logic about the rabbits...

Tash said...

Enviable garden from coast to coast. Congrats to Mr. Brattcat!
(my husband has quite a way with flowers and esp. roses)

JM said...

It's lovely!

Marie-Noyale said...

I am going to send you some of mine!!
I am talking about the wabbits!