holiday wyatt

holiday wyatt

Sunday, May 2, 2010

'G' is for Garden!

We've added an interesting and pretty side gadget to our blog. We will be featuring Arm and Hammer antique botanical trading cards. These belonged to our great grandma. She loved gardening too! Arm and Hammer started putting these cards in their products in 1888. The most popular, were the bird trading cards. We have 40 of the 60 botanical cards that were distributed...guess great grandma used a lot of baking soda!

Well, what is up in my garden today?
I see Stanzie got another mole. This springs score- STANZIE 5 - MOLES 0.
'G' is for gross....not going to show it!
What a terrier she is!

'G' is for garlic.
This looks like as good of a place as any to bury my toy!
'G' is for Grape Vines
'G' is for geraniums.
Perennial Hardy Geraniums
Okay little doggies....bark this one out, you all know what this is!
GREEN GRASS! Lots and lots of GREEN GRASS!
Happy Digging!
Wyatt

8 comments:

  1. G is for Great. G is for gorgeous. Love your garden.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

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  2. Hi, Wyatt!
    G is for Good time in your Garden!
    The cards on your side bar are beautiful!
    I hope you had a great weekend!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  3. G is fur gorgeous is FURRY khorrekht!

    Love the khards on the sidebar too!

    Thanks fur sharing all of these great things!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  4. We just love your garden. Your garlic looks pawesome!

    Love,
    Teddy Bear

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  5. Your botanical trading cards are just beautiful, Wyatt!
    Mom grows garlic chives but not garlic! She uses so much of it that she really should!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

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  6. Hi Wyatt! I found you from Lorenza's blog. She is my friend! I hope you will be, too!

    Your garden is pretty! I brought a mole in my house one time, and gave it to my Mom as a present. After that, she found these silver windmill thingies in the Plow and Hearth catalog, and bought some, and planted them in our backyard, and now I never find any more moles to bring her. I brought her a dead bird instead.

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  7. Wyatt
    Your garden looks really neat. Did you bury that bone in the garden??

    wags
    jazzi

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  8. G is for your Glorious Garden! It's beauty made us Giddy!! We are in the woods and apparently a nice,big garden is the last thing on the hoomans list for our cabin. We have 3 (yup,3) garlic plants, 2 strawberries, a zillion leeks and garlic chives! Tomatoes aren't going in until it warms up. It's been really cold here in farrr North Idaho. Love your pics!!
    AireKisses & WelshieHugs,
    BabyRD and Hootie

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