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Now this makes me smile!
I have only begun to grow my flowers from seed in the last few years. It is such a joy to one day go out and find just the tiniest bit of greenery popping up.
Oh yes, I know that feeling. I grew geraniums and zinnias from seed last year. It was very rewarding to see them grow.
Now would be a fine time to start some seeds. Then by spring we could have some things to put into pots outside. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
Sure would, Susie!
Photo and title speak volumes, Laurie!! Love it! blessings and hugs ~ tanna
Thank you, Tanna. I'm full of hope that these seeds will grow!
Looks good so far! :)
Thanks, Betsy. I was excited to get them planted. From what I've been reading, there's not much else to start indoors. Tomatoes will be my next set. Just waiting on the seeds to come in. Other than that, I'll sow the rest directly in the garden. Spinach and green beans will be the new addition this year. 😁
This is sweet. They will grow. You'll see.Lisa
Thanks, Lisa! I can't wait!
Definitely an inspiring sight! Good for you, sowing seeds of hope!
Thanks, Christine! Seeds of hope for sure. And oh my, how nourishing they will be.
Hope never dies in the heart of a gardener..One of my fave quotes.I love little pots:)
Oh I love that quote, Monique!
Although I'm still a ways from seed starting time here in northern Minnesota, you have officially started the gardening season for me (at least in Blogland!) by this post. Let the gardening begin!!
WooHoo! Yeah, let's do this!
Our hope comes a bit later in the year than yours but I'm loving the sight of the almost harvest! I'm ready to play in the dirt!
It's good for the soul, isn't it?
I can't wait to plant my garden again. I buy the little plants after I arrive at our summer home. The would be room for another thing in the car. looking forward to seeing your pretty garden.
Thanks, Janey! And I'm looking forward to your Colorado days.
Looks good...what did you plant?Cheers!Linda :o)
Hey Linda, I see you made it to the coast. Hope you enjoy your stay. I planted cabbage and onions so far. By the end of the month, I'll plant tomatoes and maybe cucumbers. I'm looking forward to working in the garden.