Thursday, May 24, 2007

The Princess and Farmer Dad




Here area couple of pictures of Princess
and Farmer Dad working in our tiny little backyard garden. This is the first year she has been more help than , well not, and it
has made gardening fun again. Yesterday we went with our friend to a garden center to pick up some annuals for our hanging baskets, and Princess picked out several
plants for in her "butterfly garden".
She really looked at each label and picked out plants with a butterfly picture on them.
Without being told what to look for!
I was very impressed at her selection.
We will finish planting them today and I'll
post some pictures of our results. We still do not have all the dreaded plastic toys out of the yard, so it's nowhere near completed,
but we are making progress.

8 comments:

Frankie said...

You have a beautiful garden area. Isn't it fun when they reach that age where they can actually help? Good going to Princess for picking butterfly-friendly plants!

Kaber said...

I always enjoy your garden pictures! Whenever I want to do a garden my husband says 'don't we'll be moving soon..."...LOL

Maybe we can plant a butterfly garden, it'd be likes by a new owner....

Thanks for the idea

Fun Mommy of 2 said...

i envy your garden. What ymmy veggies you guys get to enjoy. Beautiful garden. It teaches so much to P. What a lucky girl.

Cher Mere said...

It is so nice that she gets to work with her dad.

nina said...

I swear I commented on this post yesterday. Hmmm....am I the only person that has trouble with the blogger word verification. Do I need special glasses to see it? I so often leave blogger "thinking" that my comment published. lol

Great photos. Your garden looks wonderful and you are making great progress. I'm going to be terribly envious when you start posting pictures of actual vegetables.

I'm looking forward to 4. :)

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks for all the comments Gals!
Sorry I have been offline for a few days.

Patience said...

I'm impressed. And envious. This is a great looking garden!

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Patience!
I can't wait to get over to your site
today...I'm so behind in my blog reading..I may never get to my blog writing!lol

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