What to do with the plants loved ones gift you?
This is beautiful and I have convinced my babe to buy me plants, rather than cut flowers so that I can create a beautiful flower bed.
That beautiful plant above will eventually become
However, it’s beauty is not over.
Gardening Apparel Suggestions
Just think of how you can make gardening look good!
1. The Jean Apron by Trisha Trixie Designs has cute embellishments and pockets to hold your gardening tools.
2. Don’t forget your little helper. This Trisha Trixie design is for your little one. Won’t you match so sweetly?
1. Take your pot outside and put in the garage. The plant will dry out along with the flower and leaves.
2. Pull off the leaves and flowers, leaving only the bulbs behind. Keep them in a container.
3. As Spring approaches, the bulbs will start to sprout.
4. Dig a shallow hole with your shovel.
5. Place your bulb with the green size up in a grouping of three or four.
6. Cover up the bulbs with dirt.
7. Wait for your bulbs to grow. They may not grow fully this year, but just wait for next year!
Through the years, I have never purchased bulbs. However, you can see how replanting gifts has developed my flower garden! Easy, simple and lasts forever. These dears will come up year after year!
Extra Tips and Tricks for your food gardens!
1. Plant marigolds, onions or Zinnias on the border of your garden to keep out rodents. (My grandma told me this and it always works)
2. Plan your cucumbers on father’s day. They will grow in abundance.
3. The best organic gardening starts with the soil. Adding top soil to the top of your garden will do wonders.
4. Use Preen Organic to keep the bugs away. You can purchase it at any hardware/gardening store.