Monday's view from the Moo: Local color

Ha-woo everyone!  

It's me, Miss Moo, with this week's view from my nice sunny deck.

Mother Nature does a nice job keeping plants growing in the pots on the deck and 
around the yard.  I love looking at the marigolds...

and these pretty flowers, they are some kind of dahlias:

a few weks ago I could see the Asian lilies next to my deck:

I saw this colorful Devil's Riot Iris

and my favorite Blue Siberian Irises 

plus mom added a pretty magenta iris this year:

I can see mon's favorites, blue hydrangeas.  
Theyre fading to a lovely purple now.

On Sunday, I watched Mom plant a succulent garden in a pot.
(She says she doesn't have a very green thumb but maybe she can 
keep these succulents alive inside this winter.
I think she only has a green thumb when she's painting with green paint, ha-roo roo roo!)

My favorite is this other cactus that has a really pretty flower on it:

 As woo can see, I have lots of pretty colors to look right in my own backyard,
and that makes me a mighty happy Moo!

...and that's this week's view,
Miss Moo


24 Paws of Love said...

Beautiful flowers! You must feel like royalty among them, Moo. :)

I like the succulent pot as well.

Happy Monday!

The Army of Four said...

Those are all so BEAUTIFUL! Especially your smile!

Anonymous said...

WOW, you guys have lots of very pretty things to look at, all we gots is grass and weeds!

The Mad Scots

Oh, purple is my favorite!

Anonymous said...

Oh Moo, your flowers are wonderful! My garden is really fading away...the roses are hardly blooming and other stuff is just sort of sittin' around doin' nothing. Luvluvluv your flowers, woos to you Miss Moo

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

Your backyard is so colorful! Mom says Jack must be better behaved than Steve. She thinks Steve would water all the flowers and then there would be none!


Two French Bulldogs said...

Oh we love those beautiful colors
Benny & Lily

Elyse K said...

Beautiful flowers and beautiful Moo! Thank you for the tour of Hu-Mom's garden, Miss Moo!