Someone’s got a really big green thumb


Jealous? Oh I am. Iā€™d show you pictures of my gardens, but Iā€™d be showing you pictures of my weeds. Ugh. Lots of rain, no time = weed infested.

We’re not even discussing the little woodchucks dining on said weeds.

How about you? Green thumb or black? Got pictures?



18 Responses to “Someone’s got a really big green thumb”

  • Terri Osburn:

    Black thumb. And does that one section look like a smiley face to anyone else?! I’d love to have a lush English garden. But unless I marry royalty or a really good landscaper, that ain’t happening.

  • So pretty. I think I’m more of a gray thumb. I don’t kill plants right away; they usually die slow, agonizing deaths. Except the areca palm the cat ate. He went quickly.

  • Wow Carrie! It was so nice of you to show this video of my yard.

    Hah! I wish. If it were my yard there would be a battalion of deer armed with clipper-teeth and a brigade of flack-jacket-wearing gophers burrowing attack tunnels.

    I used to be able to grow things, even had a pretty garden before the beasties set up house-keeping. Thanks for the memories….

  • I bought a poster of an English garden. That’s as close as I’ll ever get.

  • I love to garden but mine never looked like that! I’m jealous too.

  • Gardening is on my bucket list, but I’m not sure I actually like it. Last year I had a nice little vegetable garden and I don’t even know what some of the things were I grew. Freaky little green things is what I called them

    Next year I’ll try again. My daughter has an amazing green thumb, but she didn’t get it from me!

    • I’m more of a “bulb” person. Plant it and forget it. But those darn pesky weeds!! augh! why can’t weeds just have pretty leaves and flowers on them…it’d be easier!

  • Green thumb definitely. I practically grew up in a garden. My parents have always planted, replanted, weeded, cultivated and then there was canning (I still hate canning). We always had a lot of house plants plus a garden plus a property in the country with fruit trees and shrubs and a lot of grass to mow šŸ™‚ Now I grow an organic garden right in my backyard. It’s really tiny but I get some veggies and herbs for cooking. I have house plants and pretty flowers in the flower beds šŸ™‚

    • Oh I hear you about the canning. My first canning project was kosher pickles. I was (and still am) terrified of the pressure cooker!

  • That’s beautiful!
    i would like to think I have a green thumb. But I plant then leave all summer. Plus I live in the foothills of the mountains which isn’t a conducive grow zone for anything. however, I have HUGE garden envy for anyone who lives almost anywhere else.

    • The garden envy thing is universal I think. Even watching golf on TV I have golf course envy with their perfect plantings and smooth grass!

  • I am gardening challenged. Anything I touch either dies or gets overtaking by weeds.

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