6.02.2011

Crop Watch - Thursday in the Garden

::Three Paw Taps::

Hi friends! Let's take a look at what a week of high quality cat sniffs can do to a garden.

Wow, look at the Tomatoes!
We had to move all the plants around cause it was too hard to harvest.

Yep my sniffer has been very busy to excellent results. We have already harvested 5 baby squashes, 1 pea pod, and two green beans. Well the garden isn't going to feed the family yet, but it's getting there.

We had a scary moment the other day when the first bug was spotted by Mom. Luckily it was only two ladybugs "doing it" (eating breakfast that is) on the squash leaves. Mom yelled out that it wasn't a bed and breakfast and was about to shoo them away when I reminded her they eat other bugs and disaster was adverted.

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26 comments:

Sparkle said...

Those tomato plants are huge, Fin! When are they gonna actually have tomatoes?

Mr Puddy said...

Fin, Your garden looks awesome !!!!
My dad love squashes too : )
Thanks for the tours
xoxo

PS : love your smile in the first photo : )

Willow said...

Fin you have a green thumb to be able to grow these vegatables in the Desert. Purrs on your continued garderning advertures.

Cat-from-Sydney said...

Awesome job you're doing there Fin. Yes, purrrlease tell your mom the ladybirds are the good bugs. purrr...meow!

d'Artagnan Rumblepurr said...

Booooootiful garden ladycat!

Carolyn said...

Fin, thanks for the sniff tour. Those tomato plants are luscious.

Admiral Hestorb said...

You are doing asuperb job! Come over and help with mom's tomato and pepper plant?
xox

ArtemisiaFSS said...

You are doing a pawsome job Fin.

Fuzzy Tales said...

Wow, your garden is terrific, you've got veggies already! Well done, Fin. The mom says she could use YOUR help in the garden, instead of ours! Huh.

Hannah and Lucy said...

It's a pity our mum doesn't have green finger Fin - do you want to swap?!
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Brian said...

Everything is looking great Fin, you're awfully good at gardening!

Purrfect Haven said...

we always laugh so much about your escapades dear. Good move on saving the life of the ladybugs. Love Darcy and Bingley xx

♥I am Holly♥ said...

Fin, you have a really great garden! You are really purring good at it because it is growing big!!! Lots of love, Holly & Mom

The Cat From Hell said...

Fun! Your garden looks so lush!! and it is growing so big!
Our plants are still tiny babies or are seeds shivering in the dirt cuz it has been cold and rainy!
Send some sun up here!
Kisses
Nellie

Athena said...

Fin, you are such a good gardener! Your sniffs are really doing the trick!

Lisa, Jack and Baby said...

Fin, it is good you go around and snoopervise the gardening. What if those aphids took over? Those tomaters are getting tall, aren't they?

Marg said...

Fin, that is such a terrific garden and it is all because of your sniffing. So who got to eat the two green beans?? Soon you will be having tomatoes three times a day. Hope you like tomato sandwiches. So keep that great cat sniffing up Fin. Looking forward to next week.

Whisppy said...

I love ladybugs! I am no greenfinger and everything I try to plant end up dead. :(

Coupon Queen said...

WOW Fin, your mom is soooo lucky!! We acutally had a frost advisory here last night so we had to cover our tomatoes. You are gonna be able to hide in the garden soon, you can play hide and seek! Your mom and dad will enjoy that I'm SURE of it! ;)

The Island Cats said...

You're quite the farmer, Fin!!

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

Lady Bugs are very helpful! Glad your mom realized not to kill them! Even if they weren't helpful they are too pretty to kill!

Your garden looks simply delicious!

Enjoy!

Danielle said...

Cat sniffing does wonders for plants, don't they? It's like those Miracle Grow commercials, except with a cat sniffing plants instead of people talking about potting soil. :)

The Whiskeratti said...

Beautiful garden, Miss Fin. Very nice work.

Julia Williams said...

wow oh wow, your tomato plants are HUGE already. Mine are two inches. :-( I'm thinking I need to relocate to Nevada, as it seems your growing season is a lot longer than mine!!

Cory said...

Farmer Finny!!! You get a gold star for saving the wonderful ladybugs. They are the one bug that we want in our yard...did you know that mom and dad actually bought a bag of them and released them into our garden?

Purrs,

Jonesie, Master Gardener

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