Heather has been working hard in the garden while I’ve been tearing down the shed. Today we went to the garden center and bought plants, lots of plants so here is everything I know about gardening:
Potatoes make great detectives – they always have their eyes peeled.
At the garden center they told us all about growing herbs. Sage advice.
I was up very early this morning and wondered where the sun was, then it dawned on me.
I am perfecting my garden through a process of trowel and error.
I found an interesting plant at the garden center. It was a four-leaf clover crossed with poison oak. They called it a rash of good luck.
What is brown and runs around a garden? The fence.
A slug is a homeless snail.
There is one plant that is always cold: the chilli
The cabbage won the race by a head.
I read a novel about a lady with a very small garden – not much of a plot.
Turns out trees are good at math – the know all about logarithms.
What day of the week do potatoes hate? Fry-day.
The cucumbers were in trouble, quite a pickle really.
Most people don’t laugh at my garden jokes – they’re just too corny.
Potting soil was on sale so I bought four bags – it was dirt cheap.
I didn’t know this, but the fastest vegetable in the garden is the runner bean.
There’s a new company selling insurance for gardens. The company name is Oopsie Daisies …
I went out to the garden this morning and it was flooded. Turns out there was a leek.