Hi, Green Thumb Matilda here with your Sheltie Gardening Tip!

To grow beautiful Gladiolus flowers that attract butterflies, hummingbirds and um, Shelties, you’ll need a spot with full sun and good drainage…and lots of smelly compost!

Sheltie standing in garden compost

But of course, Pat! ;)

11 Responses to “Sheltie Gardening Tip”

  1. Dianne

    What an awesome delight to see Matilda,s awesome Sheltie smile this morning..It made for a great Ahhh moment for today!
    Matilda looks like she is saying..Hey Pop,s we did one great job of diggin this hole!
    LOL

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  2. jAN hUNTER

    What a gorgeous sheltie!! i would certainly like to attract him or her to my house. Thanks for sharing your beautiful dog with us.

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  3. Pat Monday

    What a funny post, thanks Kelly.

    Matilda helps us with everything, the gardening, sweeping the floor, vacuuming, shoveling snow, emptying the dishwasher, you name it, she is there!

    Actually, it’s more like supervising, and to tell you the truth, sometimes I need that!!

    You really made my day!

    Pat Monday

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  4. Valerie

    What a glorious sheltie is your “Miss Matilda”. It almost looks like she is giving a lecture! Beautiful coat, VERY sparkling eyes and intelligence.
    Such a wonderful package!

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  5. jo

    Matilda has the sweetest Sheltie smile! She helps in the garden & beautifies it just by being there.

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  6. Sullivan

    Look at that beautiful face and BIG smile, Matilda is SO proud of the job she is doing! You just can’t have a good garden compost without atleast a half pound of Sheltie hair, it adds so much flavor to . . . whatever!

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