17 April 2009

A nice mystery !!!!

Grandma had a Christmas cactus that always flowered for her every year.Last year it flowered early and grandma was so pleased with it, she passed away November 4Th. The little plant flowered early for her. Mum brought the pant home and guess what it flowered again at Christmas for her.Mum was so pleased. Now guess what it has flowered again. Mum cant believe it. Have a look see. Just on the one side but flowered again. How lovely is that !!!



A nice bonus



Grandma's lovely



A couple of me this morning

Should I go look outside !!!




No not bother !!



MM treats are so nice any more !!!

8 comments:

Sweet Praline said...

Jasper, was it good? I just love that last picture!

Mom used to have a Christmas Cactus that bloomed several times a year. They are really pretty.

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

My Doggy Nanny has one that kholour!

That is furry special it has bloomed fur your mum!

I think woo should go out and work on your tan!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: Warm up that chikhken fur me!

Cliff and Olivia said...

Such a story. You look like you need an extra treat... Well, not really, but you can always hope.

The Creek Cats said...

We've never seen a flowering cactus before. We are glad it bloomed early for your grandmother.
The flowers are beautiful!!
And you are furry handsome!

Tuck said...

What a nice story! Maybe the plant flowered at this time to celebrate the spring!

MISS PEACH ~(^.^)~ said...

Oh how I loved reading about your gramdma and her special cactus plant. Our German Oma used to have those in her kitchen window. I think I am going to buy my mommy one for mother's day now because we want to remember our grandma's...
I am feeling a little bit better today and ate even more than before. Mommy mixes in a fair amount of water into the soft food so it goes down well. Thanking of you with love...Miss Peach

Tracey and Huffle said...

What kind of treats do you get Jasper? Are they tasty?

Huffle Mawson

The OP Pack said...

Ours didn't bloom at Christmas - it waited for March and it was gorgeous.