I'm a day late with my GBBD post, however, I did take the pictures yesterday. They just didn't make it to the computer. I don't have anything that's got flowers, so I decided to share some houseplants.
This is my catnip. Mom painted the pot for me - didn't she do a good job? This used to be near the edge of the plant bench, but Callie Cat decided that since I give her a leaf every once in a while, she could help herself whenever she wanted. So I moved it to the back where she hopefully won't get into it.
This is some Lemon Balm I started from Mom's plant. Her plant wasn't doing to well, so I decided to start another plant in case hers dies. It's doing well, although maybe I should have put it in the basement or garage for the winter to give it a dormant period.
I also took a cutting from our Pineapple Sage. It has rooted very quickly, and should be ready for potting up in a few days.
Happy bloom day!
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