Monday, March 8, 2010

Week One in the Garden

Yippee!!! It's gardening season again! Yesterday, Daddy started the seeds in our mini green house. There are a few different types of heirloom tomatoes, jalapenos, sweet onions, bell peppers, lots of herbs, and kale. These seeds have to start indoors before they can be planted outside. Daddy says they are not strong enough to withstand the harsh elements. We are very excited to have a bigger veggie garden this year. Is anyone else in preparation mode for your veggie garden?


  1. Woo Hoo!! We love watching your garden grow Teddy, can't wait to see how it grows this year!!


  2. We are with Dory!

    We khan't wait to see evFURRYthing grow again!

    Khyra & Khousin Merdie

  3. We are so excited to see how your garden grows this year. You did such a good job last year, and now you have Sierra to help you too!

  4. Hi Teddy, Bet you are a big help to Mom & Dad. Looking forward to see how your garden will be this year when it's even bigger than last year. We don't have a garden. Would be a good idea though.
    Thanks for visiting us.
    Ernie, Sasha, Chica

  5. Im thinking this year we might just come raid your garden! :P

  6. Dragon's dad has begun seedlings in his greenhouse. AND he says that he will share the plants so that Michael can have a garden in our yard this year! Quinn and I will get to supervise!

  7. Is it time again?? Wow!
    I am sure you and your Dad are going to do it great! It is pawesome to see how it goes week by week!
    Kisses and hugs

  8. YIPPEEEEEEEE - garden time again at Teddy's house! We love reading all of your vege update posts!
    Our dad won't put up our greenhouse this year. He's says he's much too busy with the Crump barn project. *sniff sniff*

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  9. I am still trying to tend to my bulbs that my Mom recently planted. And now there are weeds again. So, we are supposed to start our veggie garden now? Mom has to buy more plant pots for tomatoes because she is used the pots from last year for bulbs and roses. Oh, there is just so much to do! We want tomatoes and bell peppers... those are the easy ones, right?