Monday, March 19, 2007

My Little Gardener

That’s my little sapling enjoying her self in the spring bloom. I have to be careful for the health of my plants when she is around, for she hates anyone sharing her space with me but now I have taught her to be friendly with the plants and my budding gardener takes a more kind view of them. My garden 'marauder' planning her next move! Here she is, trying to get a handful of the phloxes.

7 comments:

Yolanda Elizabet said...

You have a very lovely garden but the prettiest flower in it, is the one that can walk! Lucky you!

Thalia said...

Your daughter is as pretty as the blooms around her. :-)

A wildlife gardener said...

There is no doubt that the garden we tend best is the garden of our hearts, where we nurture-and-tend-and-feed-and-water-and-love those we love best, for they are the most important blooms of all. What a gift, such a beautiful daughter to love and cherish!

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

What a little cutie, and oh yes, the flowers are lovely as well :).

Gardener Greg said...

What a cute child. It looks like you have two blessings, a wonderful child and a green thumb.

Becky said...

Oh she is beautiful.
I am glad I found your garden-blog when I was visiting at LadyLuz blog.
I'll be back to read more.

I think India would be my first choise of where to visit. I would love to see all of India.

Wicked Gardener said...

Your little one is so cute! When I designed a butterfly garden, I chose plants with lots of small flowers that could stand (even liked) being picked. She can play in it for hours and make hundreds of bouquets and the garden only looks better in a week. Now if I can only explain to her that planting random sticks will not necessarly produce a tree!

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