Today we went to a local wholesale nursery to pick up some plants.
This nursery has a colorful sales staff!
While shopping the plant aisles, we were greeted by a Peacock at every turn.
They are friendly and seem to know a lot about plants.
Like which plants taste good!
Stanzie really wanted to eat them, she had to stay in the truck.
I got to get out for a little visit with some of the baby peacocks.
They were actually following me around. I think they had never seen a dog and liked my peacock blue harness!
Here are some of the speckled young ones.
More pretty inspiration at a local garden center.
It's still too cold here....48 degrees.
But, it is fun to look and dream of warmer days ahead!
Wishing you all, a colorful day!
That might be the coolest sales staff I've ever seen!ReplyDelete
Beautiful peacocks - gorgeous flowers! And love that header of yours, Wyatt! We never saw any baby peacocks they are adorable! Love the spots!ReplyDelete
Sammie, Avalon and Ozzie
Oh my, that is extraordinary...with such colourful sales staff. Don't they blend well with the plants and flowers?ReplyDelete
We're with Stanzie, they look like fun to chase.....and slow.ReplyDelete
XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella
You did what Moma kept talking of doing today. With us. Minus the peacocks. It looks like it was a great (and promising) time. We ended up staying home (and talked Moma into helping us catch up on our blogfriends.)ReplyDelete
We woke up to snow ... it's all melted now. Each time that happens the grass is greener when it shows its blades again, but it's still too chilly to plant. And Moma is having a hard time waiting!!!!
We'll do you like ... enjoy color in pictures. And imagination. Soon it will be a reality!
Much love. Many tail wags
Jake and Fergi
More places should have staff that colorful! I miss my excursions to nurseries and garden centers!ReplyDelete
My my Wyatt those look like some very colorful chickens! The plants look beautiful! With all our warm weather we are getting lots of pretty flowers!ReplyDelete
I'm surprised the peacocks didn't get upset when you came around. I've never had any luck being around peacocks.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful, colorful post!!ReplyDelete
Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh, Ruairi and The Sweet Babes
I'm not sure if Barbie would try to eat the peacocks but I think Bender would!ReplyDelete
Wow! That's a neat store!ReplyDelete
It is rainy and cold here - so thanks for the shot of color!
What a grrrrrreat place to go. Plants and peacocks.. I think that would make fur a super adventure.ReplyDelete
Wyatt your blogs are always so beautiful. I admire your restraint. I would have been barking my brains out at those birds. Love the pictures: especially the one from behind your headReplyDelete
So strange, I have never thought about it but I grew up with wild peacock all around me but never had seen a baby peacock... Strange! They must keep their young away until they feel it's safe... Stranger fact, my neighbor was attacked by a wild peacock and had to have his leg stapled back together... He was an odd guy... Maybe the bird sensed it.ReplyDelete
I don't know what I'd do if I got to meet a peacock, but I think it'd be pretty darned exciting! What a day! Mom is still dreaming of being able to plant here, too, but it's going to be mighty brisk this weekend.ReplyDelete
Hmm...geese scare me so I don't know how I'd feel about peacocks...ReplyDelete
Anyway--you do need an antler! They are much cleaner than bones and last longer! It's the only thing that lasts more than a few weeks at our house.
Bet our mom wood love tu b greeted by salez staff like thoze.ReplyDelete
By the way, mom sez the weather guy on that talkin'box thingy sed the bad weather iz all gone fer now . it haz moved on. Thank u fer your comment.
PeeS - You iz lucky cuz u git tu go tu that garden store - we haz tu stay home when mom goez tu get sum flowerz.
Wyatt are you tryingto blend in with the peacocks with your blue harness on?ReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
OH woow! What beautiful Peacocks they are! Hoomie Melissa loves the tail feathers on the males. They're stunning. I hope they were very nice & welcoming to you, Wyatt.ReplyDelete
What beautiful birdies.:) 48 degrees sounds like heaven.:)ReplyDelete
Teddy Bear & Sierra
Stanzie you go get um girl ;)xxxReplyDelete
Wyatt I bet they did think you was one of them with your blue harness!!
See Yea George xxx
Wow you really did have a colorful day! Peacocks are such beautiful birds! I've learned to appreciate their tails very much ;) Sending warmer weather your way :DReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures. Love seeing them cuz we're not really welcome around birds in person.ReplyDelete
I never saws a peecock before...do dey bite?ReplyDelete
Hope dos purrty colorful flowers stay warm.
Ha haaa… :o) First I thought that they were fake Peacocks. That is a Pawsome outing you had and all the beautiful pictures you shared are soooo cool! Love the color of your harness. I probably would have done the same thing to the “staff” as Stanzie ;o)ReplyDelete
P.S. Pawsome Thanks for your kind words about my Sis’ passing.
Wow, how lucky for you to get up close and personal with the peacocks. We have never seen one even from a distance. Beautiful flowers - still too cold here too. We had some warm weather but it is back down in the 40s today. Hope we all see sun and warmer temps soon.ReplyDelete
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
We've got only 1 question. Did you get a peacock feather as a souvenier?ReplyDelete
Oh, those birdies are SO pretty! But mom says that when they're in the mood to...um...make baby peacocks, they're the loudest screechers you ever heard. She said that once they stayed in a bed and breakfast that had peacocks and they had to go buy earplugs so they could sleep! (Uh, so my mom and dad could sleep...not the peacocks.)ReplyDelete
Wiggles & Wags,
The Peacocks look beautifull so do the flowers.ReplyDelete
That is such a bootiful place..We love gawden centews but we've nevew seen one wif such a cool staff. I think maybe the baby peacocks thousth you wewe theiw Daddi wif youw hawness, heheheh
Thank you fow youw sweet wowds to me fow my post
you are one lucky dog to be able to get out there with those peacocks...I would have chased them round and round!ReplyDelete
Oh, my - those are some beautiful peacocks and amazing flowers. This will make Mom have the urge to go buy some flowers. But then she'll remember that she's got to plant them and water them and the urge will go away. We'll just come to your place to see some pretty flowers. BTW, LOVE your color. Mom thinks it would make an awesome bracelet, too :)ReplyDelete
The Road Dogs
Those peacocks look fun to follow around! There were lots of pretty ideas in the nursery too. We're hoping it warms up here real soon!ReplyDelete
Peacocks are gorgeous! Your pictures make me SO excited for spring. It is hovering around freezing where we are...again...but the stores are starting to set up their garden centres. Spring is just around the corner, I'm sure! Thanks for the lovely pictures!ReplyDelete
What a fun place to shop! I've always wanted some peafowl but they would NOT make the neighbors happy. They are very loud and, unlike chickens, they don't like to do indoors at night.ReplyDelete
How neat to have a peacock that's an expert at gardening. Mom says we need to have one around here!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
How cool that they get to live there!ReplyDelete
Colorful sales staff indeed!ReplyDelete
Wyatt, what a fun day at the garden shop. That peacock is exquisite. What a fun day having little peacocks follow you around. I must say I quite like your collar.ReplyDelete
Will we get to see your Easter eggs?
I always love your photos, Wyatt. You make all those flowers look good! ;) Happy weekend to you and your family!ReplyDelete
wow! that peacock is beautiful! thank you for always including us in your fun outings!!ReplyDelete