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Seeds, seeds, seeds!
Well, today we went to Wal-mart and I purchased a watering can, water soluble Miracle-Grow all purpose plant food, and of course, seeds.
Wanna know what I bought?
Of course you do!
for the flowers I only bought two packages because of the assortment I bought yesterday
Giant White MOONFLOWER (probably my absolute favorite flower next to roses)
and Mammoth Russian SUNFLOWER (another favorite)
now for the FRUITS (new!) and VEGGIES
Sugar Baby WATERMELON (YUMMY! :D)
Hales Best CANTALOUPE
California Wonder PEPPER
and last (but certainly not leaste) Sparkler White tip RADISH
Oh! And some lettuce! I'm not sure what kind though? I just know that we have some somewhere...
Uh, anyway! My mom also got me a thank you present for all the hard work I've been doing around the house.
Do you wanna know what it is? Huh? Huh? Do ya? (Sorry, I'm a little hyper today :D)
She got me...
-insert drumroll here-
The Vegetable Gardener's BIBLE by Edward C. Smith!!!
I'm so happy!
It has EVERYTHING you could ever want to know about growing vegetables from A-Z and next month my mom is buying me it's companion...
-insert another drumroll here-
The Flower Gardener's Bible!
Haha! I bet I'm a little weird, huh? After all, what teenager puts off a video game she's been wanting for like ever for a gardening book?
Actually, it makes me proud. I think that it's a sign that I'm growing up some. :D
Well, I'd like to close with a little fruit humor.
Why can't melons get married?
(wait for it!)
Because they can't elope!
(Until next entry! Later days!)
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Groan that joke was terrible but I liked it!! LOL
Well, you're a treat. You will no doubt have a happy garden, despite that really bad (but funny!) joke. have fun planting. Did the swimming pool water dry up for you yet?
Congratulations on your seeds and on your book, sounds like you're going to be busy sowing, reading and tending your little sprouts in the near future. Good!