This year, I invested in very cool green starter kits that included biodegradable containers and really fun dirt pellets that expanded when wet.
If nothing else, Justin and Morgan had a wonderful time making the pellets expand and they did a nice job planing their seeds.
Yes, she is wearing her princess swimming suit. After a long winter, don't all Ohioans spend the early part of May just sitting around in their swim suits waiting for spring? They don't? I need to go talk to my husband about something he told me a long time ago. I'll be right back.
Anyway, we planted our seeds in our eco-friendly containers and somehow even managed to take a decent photo of Justin. The biodegradable container proceeded to mold on top of my filing cabinet for a few weeks until the seedlings were just tall and spindly enough that we thought we better plant them.
Friday, May 15, 2009
Reaping What you Sow
Last spring we ambitiously planted seeds in homemade egg carton starters. The plants grew up tall and spindly and even though we replanted, they all died.
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