2 After trimming away any unsightly leaves, Ryan trimed the roots with a sharp knife and loosened them up.
3 After covering the drain hole at the bottom of the pot, Ryan put some soil in. The Frenchies really got a lot out of this how-to session.
5 Clive, we were looking for you outside in your paddock, but we're happy to find you in your cozy stall. It's been snowing like crazy today!
6 Francesca, I'm so happy to see you out and about that I feel like giving you a big fat kiss! Come a bit closer and let old Billie plant one on your adorable little face. Come on, don't be shy!
8 It's coming in loud and clear.
9 And now let's make sure the camera angle is correct.
10 Sharkey! All clear with Matt's camera. We're good to go.
12 Ryan explained, "A potato can be planted whole, but you get more plants if you cut the potato into pieces before planting."
13 "Using a sharp knife, cut the potato making sure that you have at least 2 eyes per piece."
15 Ryan taught them that one way to encourage strong spring growth is to remove the seed head when the flower has finished.
16 Once the flower stalk is removed, the left over leaves will slowly dry up and as they do, they feed the bulb, giving it energy for next season.
18 They spotted and cornered this unsuspecting squirrel on a fence.
19 After a lot of jumping and barking and running, the squirrel took a leap of faith! To see what happens next, check out this Daily Wag edition.
21 You will find that they have quite a sense of humor.
22 Those are real gingerbread cookies. Can't wait for Ron to leave with that camera.
24 These pretty blue flowers are Spanish Bluebells - Hyacinthoides. They are unfussy members of the lily family that reproduce rapidly, spreading every year.
25 This is called a bearded iris. We should look around and see what other flowers in the blue family are blooming.
27 They modeled quite a few costumes on this edition of the Daily Wag. Check it out to see them all.
29 Guess who.
30 If I can't get him jumping then I'll gnaw the tree down.
33 In recent years, many beekeepers have been facing very troubling problems with their bees. We've even seen it here at the farm. Find out more on this Daily Wag.