Monday, March 29, 2010

3.28.2010~ Week five in the garden

I am very sad to say that Daddy had to kill our very big and much loved Italian parsley plant this weekend. After lots of digging and much consideration Daddy said it was too big to transplant. I am very happy to report we successfully transplanted all five of our already blooming strawberry plants. Mommy and Daddy also planted our Yukon Gold potatoes this weekend. Hopefully they will be sprouting in about three weeks. The rest of our sprouts are doing great and almost ready to be planted in our new garden. My mouth is watering right now just thinking about reaping what we sow. Harvest time here I come.


  1. A new garden in a new home...I love the idea of bringing plants from your old house. May the garden...and your family thrive! Don't forget to leave a comment on Ben's blog! It is worth $1 toward animal rescue:

  2. Isn't planting fun! Dirt! I love dirt!

  3. You all sound like real expert gardeners! Mom loves yukon golds!

  4. It sounds like you're going to have a nice garden. Our Mom kills effurything.

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

  5. any dog whose mum and dad are gardeners are winners in my book!

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  6. so sad to hear about the dead plant :( Italian parsley is a staple at our house

  7. We are sure that you will have a wonderful new garden with maybe an Italian Parsley plant at your new house too.


  8. Our sympathies to your family regarding your Italian parsley plant. He is at the rainbow bridge now.

    Mom and Dad went to Home Depot to check out their selection of pre-made veggie plants. They will plant tomatoes and strawberries this year. But they aren't sure what else to plant. Maybe they will try zucchini. We don't have a lot of ground dirt to plant in, in fact, none at all. So, it's all pots. Perhaps they will build a wooden bed, but then they have to worry about gophers and moles coming out of holes and stealing the veggies.

  9. Yum!

    I khan't wait to see this year's khrop!


  10. I am sure you are going to have lots of veggies and fruits very soon!
    Kisses and hugs

  11. Are you planting cut potatoes in the ground? Is that the way to grow a potato?