Monday, March 2, 2009

Boost Up Your Toddler Botanist

Yahoo! It is March alrady. I am so excited for the spring to take over. I am looking forward to help my dad-in-law in gardening this time. There were a lot of any kinds of vegetables, fruits, crops and flowers last year. Magazines about gardening and seedlingss started to fill our mail box. I was told gardening is not easy as it looks. You have to give it a proper care and the endless combat versus beetles, bugs and other kinds of pest to produce a good quality of vegetables, fruits, crops and flowers. Using pest control must be carefully done and wisely choose.
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You need not worry anymore if your toddler botanist wants to take part of the gardening. Boost up their passion in gardening. If you are a gardener, visit their website and do not miss to view the featured 5-minutes segment of Designing Space’ host Jodi Dombrowski and Woodstream Corp’s Carolyn Warfel.


Denise said...

Nice post.

Lisa said...

I'm getting excited about getting out there and buying some ncie plants for spring thanks to this post! Love you and hope your well sweet Grace!

Manang Kim said...

Hi grace, I've been gardening since I came here in MI and it is fun. Last year I made my first canning geez it was great though it takes a lot of time and a lot of back ache hehe. But sulit din kasi until now we are enjoying our tomato sauce and salsa. Have fun!