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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Winter gardening with Stanzie

Look!!  Snowflakes on my fur :D

But that won't keep me out of the garden!

The Nandinas are pretty.


Wyatt, don't pee over there! That's the crop area!

My brother likes the Witch Hazel, it reminds him of Airedale fur!


Now, to study the seed catalogs and plan the veggie garden!

Happy Digging!
Stanzie

25 comments:

  1. Brudders pee on EVERYTHING.

    Good job with the winter gardening, Stanzie. I can hardly wait to see what all you decide to puts in your veggie garden!

    Wiggles & Wags,
    Mayzie

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  2. Wow looks like you guys will be busy!!!!

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  3. Oh I like that picture of the witch hazel! You guys are definitely keeping busy!

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  4. OH the Seed Catalogs... we LOVE lookin at those too.
    I remember the Witch Hazel from last winter... sooooo pretty.
    I have to teach Ernie not to pee on the garden too.

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  5. I love lookin at seed catalogs!
    Dachshund Nola

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  6. We only ever saw witch hazel in a bottle!!!

    SHE got her first EVER potato the other day. We had lots of rain and it just popped up. SHE's very excited.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  7. Wow, so you order all the seeds for the garden too!! Great job!

    ~Higgins

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  8. Woof! Woof! As much as I LOVE SNOW ...I do miss my Green Grass. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  9. Forever gardening! Mama has to be content with the indoor plants for now. Your fireplace is very nice, looks very Alaskan!

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  10. wow Stanzie that sure is a pawsome garden! I is sure that you are gonna pick out the bestest most NOM veggies!

    woos, Tessa

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  11. Hey Stanzie...you have a very important job of picking out all of the vegetables!!! We just love your gardening pics! xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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  12. Our Witch Hazel doesn't bloom until next month. You're ahead of us, Wyatt!
    Dad is getting lots of seed catalogs in the mail too. He needs to decide which tomato seeds he's going with, Stanzie!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  13. Oh...that's snow in your furs? You do such a nice job in your garden!

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  14. WYATT!

    We see on the news you should be batting down the hatches! Prepare....We hope you have lots of dog food, milk, bread and eggs.(that's tradition)

    Let us know how you are!
    Violet

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  15. AHHHHHH veggie gardens!! We can't wait. If you can't peep over there, how are the crops gonna get watered?!!?!

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  16. So fun to see how your garden is growing now. We are all a little worried here because we see daffodils trying to come up and some of the trees are budding out. In January in Kansas - NOT supposed to be happening.

    Happy Gardening, Stanzie.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  17. Stanzie, your garden looks lovely! Ours is all dead!

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  18. Isn't it funny - you have shown my mum's very favourite plant the Nandina - it grows here so well, and is as tough as heck - it can even cope with a full sun position in our hot summer!! I have two in my backyard, and mum is plotting to pull out some stuff and put more of those in!!

    Tail Wuggles, Rubie

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  19. I know you enjoy your garden a lot!
    Thanks for the tour!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  20. Hi Stanzie,
    Oh you girls just don't understand the importance of marking one's territory. It's not just 'peeing' you know.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  21. We looove looking at your garden!

    Wooo,
    Togo, Tagar & Gamby

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  22. Looks like you are planning to plant a gazillion tomatoes again, Stanzie.

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  23. Good luck teaching Wyatt where to pee outdoors. Ha! A guy needs his freedom.
    Miro

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  24. Oh Oh Oh...did you say diggin????? I likes to dig.
    Your place always looks so nice, even in da winter.

    Them witches looks likes big humongus bugs.

    Tell Wyatt I'll saves him a dance at da party.

    Puddles

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  25. This is such a cute site, my dogs just try to dig up our veggy patch, bertie n norman love finding things, they are slightly more hands on in their gardening approach!

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