The Old CO Farmer’s Almanac Gardening Tips

When planning your flower garden it's so important to consider where to place the puppies. We'll help get you started.

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Puppies are ideal for creating a stunning centerpiece to add instant charm and a sense of playfulness to your landscape.

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Puppies do very well in any spot but for best show-stealing results they really should be put right in the middle.

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Puppies are instantly eye-catching and let gardeners express their inner unbridled natureglow buttercupdrops flutterbyglitter yadda yadda.

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Brutus, 8 week old chihuahua mix, first day in new home, by M. Schmidt. Little Lou Lou enjoying a day at the park, being a little flower, by Teresa S. Dog (Newfie?) in flowers, by Christine K.

Comments

  1. doomchild says:

    Gaah the Newfoundland pupster is too anerable! <3

  2. WendyLady says:

    Didn’t you know? Puppies should ALWAYS be placed front and center.

  3. omg this blog is too cute, those puppies are too cute! I like a puppy in a garden, everything’s just so exciting! Love it! :)

  4. Shelley says:

    It appears Puppies do well in both sun and shade — and I think they are self-fertilizing too…

  5. Shelley says:

    I meant that in a compost/manure sort of way.

  6. Shelley says:

    Although I do believe they reproduce easily!

  7. I love the third picture… nothing but flowers and puppy! I think my heads gonna ‘splode! :)

  8. SlaveToCat says:

    Flowers always look better with a plump patient puppy next to them.

  9. But how do you get them to stand still?

  10. send me some of those seeds!