The Garden – Plant Saving Surgery

29 Mar

The brawn

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The brawn-in-training

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The supervisor…one always needs one

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Plant saving supplies

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The patients to be saved

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The “Hopefuls”…hopefully they grow

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The gardening containers

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The location – the sunniest spot in the yard

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Adding the plant saving soil and compost

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Leveling out the soil with their gardening tools

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Brawn-in-training learning how to manage a shovel.

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The supervisor not wanting to miss the fun

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The mint and lavender settling into their roomier accommodation

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The carnations loving their bigger pots and less sunny location.

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Adding the “hopefuls” to their gardens

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The green bucket is our seaweed fertiliser mixture.  Stinky stuff!

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Surveying their work and clearing up the mess

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Waiting to enjoy more beauties like this

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Praying and waiting….

1 Comment

Posted by on March 29, 2011 in Family Life


One response to “The Garden – Plant Saving Surgery

  1. Missy

    March 29, 2011 at 9:09 pm

    Like… Like… Like… 😉


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