Raising Beds and Clem’s Puppy Cut

We are adding two more raised beds on the lower lawn.  More tomatoes, more dahlias!

Husband worked long and hard in the cold, but I had other business.  Clementine had her second grooming.  This is a medium puppy cut.  Could she be any cuter?  Don’t answer if that’s not a “YES!.”

Her special grooming is done at Stonybrook Kennel in White Plains NY where they tell us she’s prettier than most.  What girl doesn’t like a compliment like that??

For better information on raised beds, go to my friend’s blog, http://www.lettherebegarden.com where you will get the skinny on how to build a raised bed!!


About Jayne in Georgia

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.
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6 Responses to Raising Beds and Clem’s Puppy Cut

  1. outofmyshed says:

    Hi Jayne, I’m having huge garden envy. Your ‘veg plot’ looks amazing by the river, and positively palatial compared to my London handkerchief -sized space! Looking forward to seeing what you’re going to grow in these fab raised beds. V.best Naomi


  2. outofmyshed says:

    p.s. Clementine absolutely gorgeous (and yes, very cute) too! Naomi


  3. Harriet says:

    How cute is she – and doesn’t she know it! Good luck with the raised bads, the only way to grow as far as I’m concerned. And how lucky to be able to grow tomatoes outside!


  4. jody says:

    Oh Clementine, won’t you come and live with me?


  5. Tricia says:

    Go Jayne!!! It looks so professional! Can’t wait to see it on Monday…and don’t work hubby too hard — we want to say hello to your dedicated assistant.


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