Maybe next year, I'll remember to WAIT (for crying out loud) until at least March to fire up the grow lights and bury seeds. And even then, only start pumpkins and tomatoes.
Please pardon my enthusiasm. I love dirt.
So, there I was with your grandmother, ogling the latest garden statuaries at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show.
The show was fabulous this year, with lots of greenhouses, garden art, unique garden designs and of course Seahawks-related anything. And those grannies have sharp elbows, let me tell you!
I wont lie, I loved everything at the show. I even bought an aqua, glass, garden ball for my future water garden.
I couldn't find a sign that said "Trespassers will be Composted" but I'm happy to make one myself.
There were a lot of great greenhouse, fountain and flower garden ideas.
The "Oya" is a natural way to grow produce and save up to 70% water. It's a terra cotta vessel that's placed in the ground and perfectly waters your plants."
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Snow is equally expected and a surprise. I love the way it changes the focal points in my landscape.
Of course, if you have kids in bright, puffy snowsuits, your focal point becomes a moving object.
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