Sunday Selfies


Dear Furiends,

My banana plant has a new sprout! As I understand it, once my plant has two or three sprouts, it will then bloom. This is very exciting, purrticularly since last year, when I planted my baby banana, it was about the size of the little one. I think I have ‘green paws’ that phrase has nothing to do with the dye I stepped in last Easter – it means I’m a good gardener! P1170554

Mr. M has no interest in gardening, but likes to work in the shade of the patio and give me advice.


Have a lovely week, my furiends!

Purrseidon >^.^<

This post is part of The Cat on My Head’s Sunday Selfies Blog Hop – to see what some of our furiends are doing this weekend please, click here  




43 thoughts on “Sunday Selfies

    1. You should see the banana bunch on our neighbor’s tree — it’s way bigger than Saphera!!! I don’t think mine will be that big, but I’m doing very well as a first year gardener.


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  2. You look so purretty and mr. M of course looks very handsum. Dat’s purretty cool ’bout your plant. Mommy used to have a nanna plant but it never sprouted. Stay cool and have a great day.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

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    1. Most bananas grow from sprouts put out by the ‘mother plant’ instead of seeds. Once the mother (oldest) banana plant has 3-4 babies, then it will bloom. However, one can dig up the babies and grow a new mother plant, which is what I did.

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    1. I shall make a point of this…. though I can’t quite see – for the moment – how I shall be able to have a selfie with it… purrhaps a flower selfie?


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