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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Lil Diva Garden Update - All Our Seeds Have Sprouted!

Our Vegetable Garden is planted (thanks to Miracle-Gro Kids Kit) and sprouts are visible! :)

If you missed my post on the Miracle-Gro Kids Mod Pots Kit <---click here. This kit was really easy, little  mess and the fairly quick results with impatient/excited kids has been very welcome!

Here's our Garden update:

Day 1:


Day 3:




Day 5:


 Day 6:




Day 12: Sweet Peppers have sprouted!


It's official - all of our seeds have sprouted & the Lil Divas are so proud! I actaully re-planted the cucumber in a larger window box because it was getting too big for the cup! This Mama is so glad that I didn't kill these plants! I have to admit that I do not have a very good track record (black thumb versus green thumb) but this kit really was foolproof even for me! :)

The Lil Divas have been amazed at the growth  of their little seeds and they run downstairs every morning to check up on their lil garden! It's been a wonderful experience.

We have been reading lots of garden themed books - here a few of our favorites:



Bern

6 comments:

  1. I am pretty sure that I am green thumb impaired. I planted tons of flowers and veggies in pot this Spring, only to be rewarded with a drought in Texas...which means I have to actually water things. I am not good st it....I either water too much or too little. I killed my cilantro!! Yep, that's me.
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  2. WOW! How very cool. I've planted nothing this year, aside from a few pansies.

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  3. These kits look like they produce wonderful results. And bonus they all sprouted--that usually is not the norm.

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  4. What fun! looks like a great kit!
    starting seeds is something that never gets old! We homeschool and this is how we start our seeds for gardening every year!

    I will be posting a fun, 'quick growing' idea on my blog soon...great for those of us who are a bit impatient. lol I hope you'll pop over & check out my blog!
    Joyful Stamper!

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  5. Isn't it amazing how quickly they grow. I am talking about the kids. But they will just notice the plants that are growing in front of them.

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  6. My mom and brother could take a stick - put it in dirt and end up with a plant. I take a beautiful plant and turn it into a stick in no time flat ;-)

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