bend wyatt one crop

bend wyatt one crop

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

My little farm

Howdy from the farm! We call this plot of dirt, we carved out of the lawn, 'The Farm'.
I'm not supposed to be in the farm, because I sit on the veggies and bury my toys in here.
Today, I'm barking about plants that start with 'O'.
Here's a row of Onion starts.
We also have some potatoes and tomatoes down here, but those don't start with 'O'!
Where should I bury my toy today?
If you squint, you might see the 2 rows of basil. It's been 50 degrees and raining for a month now. Poor little basil and tomatoes are very sad.
The weather does not keep me out of the pond. Don't Airedales have some Otter Hound in their lineage??
Many of you asked about the fruit on Oregon Grape and the other Mahonia Lomariifolia. They both have edible fruit. Most yummy to birds, not so much for humans. Mom and I, trotted down to our plants today, to taste them, so we could report back.
Not so good...kinda bitter and seedy. The birds can have them!
Happy Farming!


  1. We'd love to get down and dirty with you in that pond. So much potential....

  2. Thanks fur sharing those nice O's!

    Khyra & Khousin Merdie

  3. He;y in the fifth picture you look like you quite while you were ahead......get it a head. Heeheehee. (scottie humour)

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

  4. Wyatt, your onions and garden look amazing! Our onions are not quite that big yet.

    Teddy Bear

  5. We love your face in that last picture, Wyatt! You look like you ate a lemon! haha
    We have O-riental poppies blooming at our house!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  6. That pond looks like great fun! I wonder how many toys go missing in there. ☺

  7. That was fun, Wyatt - you have so many different things in your garden and on your farm. We hope your weather improves so the basil and tomatoes can do better.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara