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Green with Envy

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

I don't have much of a green thumb. I'm good at the heavy lifting, the raking, the mowing, but not at making pretty green things grow and flourish and live beyond a week or two. But I've set out to rectify this! Thirty 40-lb. bags of top soil, organic humus and cow manure later, and I have GREEN! And hopefully I will soon have the flowers to show for it. Celosia, Cosmos, Marigold, Nasturtium and Tithonia!

5/09/2006 10:39:00 AM :: ::
  • I'm not good at getting the green to appear or live so I can relate to your excitement over the bit of green you have!

    I hope it prospers and grows!

    By Anonymous Claire, at 5/09/2006 03:14:00 PM


  • I have a semi green thumb. (It works every once in a while).
    About a month ago, I sowed 3 packages of seeds for a flower garden. Not one single leaf has come up!!!! LOL
    Looks like I'll have to settle for watching yours grow instead!

    By Anonymous Laura, at 5/09/2006 04:37:00 PM


  • water and sunshine, those are the key ingredients.
    and i just saw your knitting below, beautiful, i'm jealous. i'm left handed and always had issues trying to get someone to teach me, i can knit a scarf, sort of, and make it really, really long.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5/09/2006 05:01:00 PM


  • wow... the dress from the previous post is just amazing... as i am sure your flowers will be!

    By Blogger Kristin, at 5/09/2006 05:30:00 PM


  • that's neat! I love seeing things grow up from little seedlings and stuff

    By Blogger Uisce, at 5/10/2006 08:57:00 AM


  • As a fellow brown thumb, I'm impressed with your green! You give hope and inspiration to us all!

    By Anonymous abbynormal, at 5/10/2006 10:48:00 AM


  • Can't wait to see the flowers!

    By Blogger Jolynn, at 5/10/2006 11:12:00 AM


  • I believe you can eat marigolds and nasturtiums...but check on that first.

    I love to see things grow. Especially if I've planted them! Life is such a wonderful thing!

    By Blogger Carnealian, at 5/10/2006 02:58:00 PM


  • I planted some bulbs and I'm not seing any green yet so I'm starting to worry that maybe i didnt do it right? Can you go wrong planting bulbs?

    Our soil round here is rubbish though. It's like clay!

    By Blogger serendipity, at 5/10/2006 03:15:00 PM


  • I was doing really well for a while ... kept my orchid alive for over two months, then I forgot about it ... and it died. But good luck, maybe you got Maw's good genes, the Green genes.

    By Blogger Brittany, at 5/10/2006 05:24:00 PM


  • You go girl...be careful with your nasturitiums though...they need more water than the others do...but you got a pretty good combo of flowers going...ummm..the nasturitiums are edible too..the whole plant..it's an herb really or I think so.

    Good Luck..I'm sure it'll be gorgeous.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5/11/2006 03:22:00 AM


  • I'm with you, Lass.
    I suck at growing things.
    I can kill any plant...anywhere...anytime.
    Plants run when they see me coming.


    By Anonymous michael, at 5/12/2006 09:42:00 PM


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