Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Back HOME...

The furst thingy that I did after I returned home (Yesterday) from Sarge's house... was to run out and check on my MOST IMPAWTANT crop of ALL... My Milkbone Crop. I am pleased to report that they are Almost mature enought to PICK... and Can and EAT. I am thinkin that I will have a MUCH larger crop than last year. Prolly due to all the Rain and HOT DAYS. They love Heat and certainly need lots of rain.

Now THIS is gonna be a BUMPER Crop... fur sure!!!

I got the seeds from the BURP EEEEEEE Company... in case You are already thinkin (like I am) of Next Spring Plantings.


Mango said...

Are you going to make jam and pickles this year? That way you can enjoy your crop all year round.


Bouncing Bertie said...

Now that's my kind of gardening!

Sarge said...

Hey Frankie!
Wow, you really have a big green dewclaw for such a little guy. Glad you made it home okay and I can't wait to see your stash after the harvest! BOL
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

The Monkeys said...

That is quite a crop, Frankie! Do you think you could grow a Temptation tree?

Princess Jasmine said...

Wow, I think mummy needs to get some of those for kitties. No good her growing some for herself cause she'd only want one type and the chocolate would melt in the sun! :)xx

Amber DaWeenie said...

Dat is a purrty hefty crop dere. Does you need some help harvestin? I'm available and work for.....MilkBones!

Mack said...

You have a green paw Frankie!!!

Three Dogs Long said...

Now that's what we call having a green paw!!
Looks like a bumper crop this year!

*note to our Dad*...can we plant some bone seeds next year??

((hugs)) your friends
Oskar, Schatzi & Xena

Shawnee the Shepherd said...

After our hike last weekend mom stopped at a howse where the peeples had a table in their front yard and a sign saying they be selling tomaters from their garden and mom gibbed them green papers fur tomaters (BLECH!). (The point here do be that peeples will gib green papers fur anything.) So I be thinking - you could put a table and sign on your street and sell some of your Milk Bone crop and make lots of green papers!

SAS....Sammy, Andy and Shelly said...

MEOWZA!!!!!!!!!!! What a great crop, Frankie. We didn't know you had a green paw!!!!!!!!!


Remington said...

Every time I take a Milk Bone from the box I think of you, my friend! You must be super rich from your crops....they taste awesome and I see them on shelves at many stores.

Jazzi said...

Frankie, looks like you have some serious bone pickin...ahead of you. Need any help? me and Addy are ready to roll.

Jazzi and Addy

Anonymous said...

Wow Frankie that sure is some crop! Are you gona make pickled milkbones? Or perhaps stewed?

woos, Tessa

road-dog-tales said...

Milkbone season! Our FAVORITE time of the year! Do you ship?

The Road Dogs

Maggie Mae said...


I think maybe Shawnee is on to sumptin'....just sayin';)

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

Sagira said...

You even grow your own Milkbones? I Need to come do a taste test. :)

scotsmad said...

Frankie, you're going to have to watch your waistline this winter!

XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

STELLA from Down Under said...

Hi Mr Frankie. You are the bestest gardener EVER! A milk bone tree? I need one of them for sure. No worries, and love, Stella

Kari in Vegas said...

Those milkbones look good


houndstooth said...

It looks like an even bigger crop than last year! Are you going to make some Milkbone jam with some of those?


rottrover said...

YOu mean they still gotta mature some more?!? WOWZERS!!

Rubie said...

Do u reckon that that plant would grow in Australia?.... send some seeds....I'll give it a go!!

Tail Wuggles, Rubie.

Anonymous said...

Before I was born, my hoomin had a load of children (all growed up now). Anyways, she had a chewing gum plant in the garden and every now and then the kids would find sticks of gum under and among the plant.

Now you got a bone tree!

How can we get one?

Happy waggles
Hector, Bonny and Lucy xx

Anonymous said...

I hope my massive slobbering did not make them soggy ;) What a crop! You could feed the entire dog population of New York with it! Yowza! Frankie I think you are the most stupendous gardener in the Worlds! Bet even your tail's green ;D

Waggin at ya,

PeeS: Better put up some netting. Thinkin those SQ things are plotting to steal your harvest! :O

Oskar said...

My people didn't even get one seed in the ground this year. All my bones gotta come from the grocer store!

Nubbin wiggles,

sprinkles said...

I'm gonna hafta order some of them seeds. My boys would LOVE some of those!

Wyatt said...

We never had any luck with the milkbone plant....but we have so many stuffies buried around here, we are going to have a wonderful stuffie harvest any day now!!
(They are a root crop, like taters!)