Sunday, November 6, 2011

Week thirty two in the garden

Look who's starting to look more like an orange.

Our experience with chives has told us that they thrive in the winter. We'll have our paws crossed that this herb will have doubled in size by Spring.

Parsley is the herb that keeps going and going and going....

What should Mommy make with the swiss chard? Do you have any suggestions?

Mommy told me she'll be using a ton of kale tomorrow to make zuppa toscana.

The cherry tomatoes are still growing. We hope to harvest a few more before First Frost.


  1. yup, chives can spread like a weed!

    Stop on by for a visit

  2. Once again, you have beautiful plentiful fruit and veggies in your yard! You two are amazing.

    Hey, be careful with the pomegranates. Your parents might play a trick and dye your tails red, for "fun." Some people do that I've heard. Kool Aid is sometimes used for that. I guess it'd be kinda neat for Halloween to have orange tails... but Halloween is over now.... um, perhaps next year.... says my silly Mom.

  3. We agree with Kari. We have chives in our garden and they're just so full and healthy!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  4. hey Teddy,

    *drool...I need to stop coming to your blog on an empty stomach. Your photos from your amazing garden are too much for my growling, empty stomach to handle! I see lots of yummy meals in your future! :->