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They have sprouted!! Pix Too!
Category: My garden | Posted: Wed Jun 06, 2007 2:25 am
Well, Ive patiently waited for my garden to start growing! Having seemed to of lost a pepper plant to a seamingly cute bunny rabbit i assume, I have gained many green bean sprouts!! I now have Raddishs and I think i do see a couple of brocolli sprouts but I dont know for sure and I dont really know how to grow those.. I replanted my Zuccinni and yellow squash since I didnt like how my garden was (huge foot prints) cause it was to wet.
I will go as far as to say i am sure I see a corn sprout! LOL 1 out of 10 seeds i planted! How odd that will look later? Hey, who knows, with all the ethonal making, I might be able to use my one single stalk and buy myself a new car with the corn off of it!? LOL (wishful thinking). Never know right?
The garden in my front flower bed is growing really nicely so far. I have a couple of Jalapenos on a plant or 2 and I had a tomato on one of them but it fell off. There is one tomato on one of the plants in the back though. (: I dont think my carrot seeds were any good. I cant seem to grow carrots for some reason. I decided I wont grow potatos since i cant afford any more soil. My little helper was of course getting in all kinds of trouble while I was trying to water and plant more seeds. I think shes thinking her name is "No! get off the plants!" Lol. She did secretly plant some extra beans i found out today. They started showing up when i was watering. LOL. She did a wonderful job helping water my flowerbed. (: Here are some pics (:
Kayliana watering 4 me (:
she found a fuzzy worm lol and squeels if it tickles her too much!
Codi has a new friend taking a ride on his back. Look closely near his tail. Kayliana was trying to chase them both.
Just a pic of a butterfly
This butterfly was trying to find some nector on a the pink flowers on the statue Lol.
Just a pic of my clematis that is VERY slow at growing.
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