THIS IS MY WEDNESDAY MORNING . . .
I can’t wait to make these suckers into Poppers.
They look delicious enough to eat.
Henry amazes me every morning.
My roomies’ Pineapple going crazy.
Snack Pack Gone Wild.
Counted 4 Watermelons birthing.
I LOVE TOMATOS!
This is Elton John our first Koi fish.
I got him for 5 bucks when he was teeny weeny.
He’s not teeny weeny any more!
Tranquility at its finest.
I hope you’re enjoying your garden just as much as I enjoy mine!
My beginners instinct was to plant the entire packet of seeds.
I have now learned to save most and try out a few to start .
My first seed to sprout was one out of 4 packets of veggies I purchased.
Where this original lettuce sprout ended up growing was not a great place for the roots.
Now here he flourishes in my kitchen window . . . .
- Any Size Bottle (still has the lid)
- Shower Squishy
- Aluminum Foil
- Fertilized Water
I like to give credit where credit is due. My boyfriend and I worked on this model off of this instructables idea.
The only thing different is that we covered the entire bottle in aluminum foil instead of just around the bottom where the roots grow. This is to prevent algae growth.
My first plant was a cactus that sat on the kitchen window sill.
After a couple of months I realized I was watering a dead cactus.
Since then I let it in my brain that I would never acquire a green thumb.
Seems like an easy conclusion that I am a cactus killer to say the least.
Well I was wrong…
Meet Henry my Dragon Fruit.
He’s a badass .
Good Morning fellow plant lovers!
This is today’s beautiful discovery that I could not wait to share with you.
I have been trying out all the ways I have read online for growing seeds. I truly prefer to reuse products that we would normally toss even though they are reusable and recyclable. So far, my favorite is this simple and easy method …
Swiss Rolls and Sweet Corn. Two of my favorite things.
I of course create a source of drainage with a few holes and a number of small fish tank pebbles along the bottom. I do not use the colored fish tank pebbles because warm water causes the color to flake off.
I wake up like clock work every morning due to this internal desire to water and care for these mean green growing machines.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Everything can change over night.
Flowers burst open.
Seedlings break through the surface.
and fruits magically appear…
I love waking up to wonderful things like this.