2018 Garden Update 1

Progress.
 Free Labor.
 Messy faced entertainment.
This medley includes the sunflowers we planted at Laudholm farm on Earth Day.  How many years we have done this, I"m not sure, but they are usually the biggest plant in the garden. This year they had the kids make their own pots for the sunflowers.  My husband saw them and said "Did the folks at Laudholm farm give you seeds to grow marijuana?" No. Why?  "Because there's a big pot leaf on one of the plants."
 Oh right.  So there is. That's random, buy chance. I promise. Marijuana is legal to grow and use in Maine now, but I can assure you that my 5 year old is growing a sunflower and not weed, even though the container suggests contrary.  Never a dull moment.

2 comments:

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    You've got some fantastic farmers there!

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