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May 27, 2007


I love the idea of children having theirown piece of garden. Hasn't she done well!

How nice that your daugther has a garden bed she can call her own. She has a green thumb, for sure. I am envious of those wonderful looking broccoli plants! Everything looks great.

I am impressed that your 10 year old daughter knows the difference between cool season and warm season vegetables. And good for you giving them their own garden beds to plant in. I look forward to seeing what both are growing as the summer progresses.


Marc, your daughter's garden beds are wonderful! I agree with Carol -- she's making impressive distinctions. Happy Green Thumb Sunday to you!

Captain Lifecruiser

Happy Memorial Day :-)

Ah, that's just so nice to read that your daughters are participating in the garden! I wish that my parents have had a garden when I were a child so I could have done the same...

Her bed looks really good, she has been like a pro gardener :-)

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This reminds me of the garden my parents used to have when I was a child....rows and rows and endless rows of beans and potatoes and etc etc etc...Nice blog. Now on with my pitch.

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I bet she is proud of her garden. My kids have just begun to learn about gardening but are very interested in it and the worms in the soil.

Her garden looks very nice.

Doug Green

I raised 4 kids in the garden - most of them paid their way through school by working in garden centers/lawn care at some point and even apartment city-bound, they still have some vestige of greenery in their lives. Good start!

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