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Progress

Apr
22

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I got these big planters moved around to the front gardens and filled with garden soil ready for planting.
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I’m going to fill them zinnia and marigold seeds! It is going to be so pretty…. I’m also planning to put a few tomato plants in here. I’ve been working on preparing the garden boxes around the side of the studio, too, and will take pics of them next! I’m so ready for spring, for flowers and vegetables!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 22, 2015  

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  1. 4-22
    8:43
    am

    :happyflower:
    I love your pots (planters) especially the oval little tub, next week I will be in town close to the farm store, )I am going to see if they have them,) they will be beautiful. It reminds me of when my Grandparents had the farm, how my Grandmother use things from the farm as planters, my Aunt had a huge tractor tire on her farm in the center of their turn around that she always had planted with beautiful flowers.

  2. 4-23
    3:59
    pm

    Love your planters. We just got our veg seeds in the mail, so excited!!

  3. 4-28
    10:26
    am

    That’s very pretty already

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