Peppers, cherry tomatoes, cabbage, spinach, onions and strawberries ready to grow!
If frugal living appeals to you, and there is a young child in your life, considering gardening. Give them a hand shovel and a specific place to dig. They'll fill water jugs and sprinkle where directed. Challenge them to find ways to reuse materials in the garden, from flower pots to bird feeders, items can be given a second life. Kids marvel at what lies beneath stones, and they'll likely cause you to slow down yourself and smell the roses. It's good for their health, good for the earth, and not too harsh on the pocketbook.
Transplanted rhubarb, gift of UU friends last summer.....and it's back for another year of giving!
Crock holding flower was my mom's.