Monday, April 22, 2019

Sometimes Monday ...


... is a good day to get growing in a new garden in MD.





My sentiments exactly!

18 comments:

  1. Love your sign!! Have fun planting. Wish I had taken pictures at Colin's yesterday - that boy has a major green thumb and has so many things already up (beans, peas, radishes, beets, carrots).

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  2. LOVE! Every little bit of this post! Your seedlings look so awesome!

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  3. Wow! Your plants look so healthy and ready to take off! What a great looking spot.

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  4. Your new garden looks GORGEOUS! So . . . ready! (And that sign. LOVE.)
    XO

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  5. Great Earth day post! Gardening cuts out the middle man for our food. No trucks needed that use gasoline, no trains, and no packaging!

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    1. I'm already looking forward to delicious tomatoes!

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  6. Looks like you are all set for a great gardening season!

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    1. Now we just need to get the fence up around the garden before the rabbit and groundhog discover it!

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  7. So, I can't tell, Bonny, where is this garden. New house, old house? I am excited to follow your garden posts. You always have a beautiful garden! I hope you have more veggies than you can eat; but not too many more! Have a great week, Bonny.

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    1. I hope it works as a stern reminder to the plants!

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  9. oh my. a "clean slate" of dirt (boy did I love typing that oxymoron :-) and the perfect sign. Can't wait to see what bounty this new-to-you garden produces!

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  10. I need that sign for Smith! Your garden is so perfectly tilled and ready to grow! Wish I could say the same. (The garden is growing but it does not look so beautiful!)

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  11. Oh, I have such serious garden envy! I've never managed to grow very much because my only available gardening spot doesn't get enough sun (and I doubt my husband would go for replacing the front lawn -- which does get sun -- with a vegetable garden). I'll be watching your plot!

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  12. are you going to have two gardens (one in each town?)? Lovely patches of soil for you to play in!!

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