You might be saying to yourselves (or not), where's Wyatt lately?
I've been busy helping Dad and Mom with the gardening chores.
Once again, we have had a cold rainy spring. Most days have been below 60 degrees.
But, we are forever hopeful, and so it goes....out into the mud, to plant 100's of tomatoes that we started from seed.
We also have lots of Iris tubers that need to be put somewhere......
So much work, but there are some wonderful blue/purple color combos.
It will be worth the effort.
No dog walking for me this weekend, Stoopid Irises!
Peas for the stirfry!
Strawberries..Yes Yes Yes!!
Still flowers, but each flower will be a big ripe berry soon!
If you have any extra sun and heat out there in Blogville, send it our way.
We are dying for some fresh Strawberries!
We always know you're in the garden! You're the greatest garden helper EVER!!!ReplyDelete
DANG your garden is huge! How nice it is to grow your own fruits & vegetables. Are they all organic?ReplyDelete
We feel like we haven't seen you in forever, Wyatt! Mama is just now giving us time to read all of our friends' blogs. You're doing some nice gardening! We tried to start a garden. We dug some holes in the backyard. But nobody planted anything in them! Ugh!ReplyDelete
That is a lot of work!
I have plenty of hot weather and sun... let me find a way to send it to you!
Kisses and hugs
Don't run on your strawberries Wyatt!!! My mum reckons you are brave planting your tomatoes out while it's still so cold!ReplyDelete
It's great that you can help....mum fences me out of the vegie patch so I can't "help" in there.
Tail Wuggles, Rubie.
you are the best helper ever!ReplyDelete
Wyatt, you are one amazing Gardening Pup.:) We are hoping for some sun and heat for our strawberries too. Your tomatoes look pawesome!:)ReplyDelete
Teddy Bear & Sierra
Looks like you are having FUN!!!ReplyDelete
Enjoy my friend!!
that is a lot of gardening to do - your paws must get so tired from doing so much digging. But it is so going to be worth it when you have all those yummies to eat.ReplyDelete
Your garden is lookin GRRRRREAT Wyatt. My sugar snap peas are not quite as tall as yours are... butt then you ARE the Sec. Of Agriculture so I expect thingys will grow better and faster fur you.ReplyDelete
I remember all of your tomato plants from last year. And the INfamous pic. that made me feel so badly fur you. What varieties did you plant?
STRAWBERRIES!!!! I love those thingys!!!
You're such a big help, Wyatt! I always try to help my dad when he mows the lawn but he seems not so happy with me around him at all : (ReplyDelete
We've got the same stuff you have! Tons and tons of rain!ReplyDelete
That's what I'm barking about, Wyatt! What would those people do without you!ReplyDelete
you're a very great helper, my friend!
And all this plants will become so big soon.
We have a lot of rain and humity here! Good luck with your garden! Everything looks great!ReplyDelete
We have sun here today, Wyatt, and we would love to share it with you. We hear there are going to be lots of gardening issues this year because of either too much water or not enough. Mother Nature is really confused. We hope your garden flourishes because we all love seeing all that you grow.ReplyDelete
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
You have a good reason to be away. It's not fair mom and dad get to play in the mud and not you. Your garden is looking goodReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
I'd send you some of my sun, but there's terrible humidity that comes with it! I LOVE that pic of your leaping in the garden!!ReplyDelete
We are looking forward to seeing the blue/purple combos. Those are our favorite colors.ReplyDelete
You look so happy racing through the strawberry patch, Wyatt! We've had way too much rain lately too. booooooooooooooReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
Wow Wyatt you've been super busy! We can't wait to see all your yummers tomatoes and strawberries!!!!!!! You are welcome to all the sunshine we have! As long as you send us some rain.ReplyDelete
Wow, if you can just get a little sunshine you'll have a huge crop of tomatoes, strawberries and irises. Strawberries are super sweet and yummy and I gotta say irises are very pretty. Great pix!
Grr and Woof,
Wyatt, you truly are a great gardener's helper! Great photos! Have a happy Memorial Day weekend!ReplyDelete