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Friday, October 9, 2020

Nature and Feline Friday


Thanks LLB Gang for Hosting Nature Friday
Thanks Comedy Plus for hosting Feline Friday

Last walk I saw a gorgeous plant/tree/bush.  We looked all around the area where it was growing for an ID tag. We found nothings so I sent an email to Walter and Millie's humans aka Bird Brains and Dog Tales we all enjoy their gardens and learning about all the plants and flowers they have.


Cindy, I have no clue what this plant is.  Pic is attached.  Wondering if you or Charlie can identify it. The leaves are giants (2nd photo is a close up) and the stem is burgundy about 2" in diameter


Well as I figured I showed the pictures to Charlie and his crazy encyclopedic mind knew right away that it was a castor bean plant.  


He also informed me (and the wiki link backs it up) that the beans of this plant are very poisonous.


I went way back to Friday,

October 9, 2009 for this Flashback Angel Madi was in her Prime at Age 7 1/2 years

Friday, October 9, 2009

Madi: How I spend my free time


Mom, here I am up here.
No I'm busy reading I can't come play with you now

Ok now Mom is gone I can do what I really want to do, take a nap. 
The book will keep my head at just the right angle to see Mom when
 she comes around the corner again.




19 comments:

  1. that's amrt to sleep ona book so all that wisdom goes in our head while we sleep ;O) we first thought it is a plant you can smoke hahahahaha

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  2. We're so glad to see Angel Madi! We truly miss her.
    I had no idea castor beans are poisonous.

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  3. I like the shape of the leaves on that one.
    Madi... she was so smart. We miss you so much.

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  4. Aww, what a sweet, silly Angel Madi flashback. We're now coming to you from almost the complete other end of our beautiful state.

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  5. Sweet post with Angel Madi♥ That plant has awesome leaves! Not good about the poisonous beans. Good Morning!

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  6. Be still my heart...Madi, sweet, sweet Madi...I've seen these plants before.

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  7. The Dad says castor oil is yucky too. That was sure a fun and sweet flashback!

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  8. We're glad we could help identify that huge plant. It was nice seeing Angel Madi in this flash back.

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  9. I've never seen one of these plants before, but if I do I'll know what it is.

    Madi was such a smart and pretty cat.

    Thank you for joining the Feline Friday Blog Hop.

    Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend. Big hug, honey. ♥

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  10. Angel Madi, what were you doing with a book on the floor?

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  11. wavez two ewe gorgeouz madi; pleez ta tell everee one we said HI ♥♥♥♥♥

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  12. Isn't it wonderful how you can always rely on someone in Blogville to know the answer to almost any question? Beautiful plant...and I always love seeing Angel Madi!

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  13. That is a sweet flashback of Angel Madi. I think I have seen those plants in the Eden Project biodomes.

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  14. Those leaves sure are HUGE. We knew Cindy and Charlie would be able to help. They have the most beautiful yard we have ever seen. And so well-maintained too.

    We all like to position ourselves in a spot where we can keep an eye on what Mom is doing, especially if it involves food:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  15. Now we know who to send pictures to when Mom can't ID a plant (which is most of the time, BOL!).

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  16. This is the first time we have seen the pretty plant.

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  17. Yes that plant is very dangerous so not to have in a cat yard. We really love seeing that flashback of Angel Madi. What a gal she was

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Please leave a meow or bark for Angel Madi...her assistant (aka Mom) will respond in a timely fashion. =^..^=
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Cecilia and Angel Madi
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