Sunday, December 20, 2009

Week thirty nine in the garden

Going, going, gone! After thirty nine weeks, our wonderful veggie garden has come to an end. Today we helped Daddy break down the tomato plants to turn them into compost. Our veggie garden brought us bountiful harvests for the last thirty nine weeks. We've been blessed with great weather and with Daddy's green thumb. Tonight we had the last of the bounty from our garden. Mommy made mashed sweet potatoes with parsley to go along with steak and salad. We still have a lot of parsley left. We are already looking forward to gardening next year.


  1. What a long garden season you have, Teddy!
    We loved each and every one of your garden posts!
    Our vege garden is under a foot of snow!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  2. Yummmmm!

    They sound pawesome!

    Tank woo fur sharing your garden with us this 'season'!


  3. thats a long time for a garden to produce goodies! Here is hoping for a wonderful year next year as well!

  4. You remind me of the best of summer and autumn. What a special garden you and dad produced. I so enjoyed sharing its cycle with you.

  5. hey Teddy,

    Thirty-nine weeks is a long time! Very impressive! Your humans must be proud! I bet the home-grown food tasted great. And my human, K, said the mashed sweet potato with parsley sounds amazingly good!

    That is nice you helped your human dad take apart the garden. Composting is excellent. Good job!


  6. 39 weeks! Wow! That is a lot!
    Sure your Dad made a pawesome job... with your help of course!
    Kisses and hugs

  7. You had a wonderful garden Teddy...thank you for sharing it and we hope you will share it with us in 2010 too!!


  8. 39 weeks!! Straight from the garden is the best. Your dad & you did a great job of taking care of it. Thanks for sharing.
    Ernie & Sasha