I had never even know where loofahs grow.Love the kitty and the snake skin maybe:) B
I didn't even know about how loofah sponges grow. What an interesting piece of information. I like your poem and what a sweet photo of kitty.NICE :)
I don't even know what a loofah is. Do you eat it? It doesn't look very appetizing. Or since it's a sponge, do you bathe with it?
Awesome. Loofahs are the best thing for all around scrubbing. :)
Love it, Gail. Good idea! Yes, I also think Pat needs a cat. She could have ours for free but she would have to pay the $$$$ vet bills.
Gail,Loofahs, oh boy!!!! I have to try planting this one day, sounds interesting.The cat is adorable, can't have cats here. Hubby is highly allergic.
I didn't know up until a few years ago when my friend in Georgia had them that luffas are gourds, and can be eaten like zucchinis or cucumbers when young and tender--She cut them into discs and gave me several which made great pot scrubbers~~I had no idea!!
I learned something new...I didn't know you could grow luffas! Guess I really didn't think about where they came from before...lol! Great row shots!
Those are some very diverse rows!=)
Loofah Sponges news to me,That beautiful can can climb a tree.The poor snake left his home too fast,It it was a race he'd come in last!Heeehehehehe!Have a great night sweetie...God bless ya! :o)
Awesome subjects today!
Say what? Loofah sponges? Growing in your yard? What the?Cute kitty! I'd love a cat; Jim? not so much.No words for the snake skin.... ;)
Love that row of loofah sponges. I had a couple a friend gave me years ago but they got misplaced during our last move. Maybe it's time to plant some myself. Everybody needs a cat, especially Pat. I love those eyes!
Interesting photos and learned something, too!:O)
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