Spring is HERE! :) {enter to win $100!}



It's that time of year again!  The time of year my very soul seems to wait for after a loooooooong winter.  Once the Christmassy days have passed and the lull of "just winter" lingers for a little while too long, there is just something in me that starts to whisper for Spring.  And with Spring, the garden.


I generally have to hold myself back from planting all the things at once.  Spring here in the south can be a little misleading.  Days of seventy degree weather can be followed by two inches of snow...you just never know so we *try* to hold out as long as we can for planting.  In fact, as I am typing this I got a freeze warning for my area.  Of course I did.  I usually try to satisfy my craving to get in the dirt by pulling old weeds, turning the dirt over, drooling over the Burpee Home Gardens website, while looking for some gardening inspiration provoking some day dreams and drooling over all of my garden ideas.   
Regardless of the ups and downs of our weather system, there is something about planting something, watching it grow and reaping a harvest, whether it be fruits or veggies or flowers.  There is something that is just magical about being part of that process.  I always use a mix of plants and seeds.  I planted the Big Beef Beefsteak tomato from Burpee Home Gardens. The Big Beef is extra meaty with a true homegrown flavor and just the right balance of sugars and acids. Big Beef produces extra-large, “beefy” fruit and the large, vigorous and disease-resistant plants are quite manageable when staked or grown in large cages.  

If I've had a hard day, there is therapy in the garden.  Even if it's just poking around and pulling the stray weed or two, five minutes in the garden restores hours to soul, in my ever so humble opinion.  Every year you learn a little more...plant this here and not there.  This spot in the garden gets all sun and that spot gets too much shade.  I'm forever thinking of what to change and when.
In fact, at some point in the summer, my brain begins to shift to "next year" as I make mental notes about what to plant where and when and what I will never plant again.  Burpee Home Garden is always offering a great variety of fun and interesting things to grow.  I love the look and smell of basil and this Ruby Frills Basil variety is fun! It is purple ruffled foliage will keep giving great spicy flavor. It is easy to grow and its late-flowering variety holds its shape and behaves like Emerald Frills. And gardeners love to share that info with each other.  Gardening is a great way to bond with your neighbors {and have someone who will water the garden while you are on vacation!}
Having a garden is like having a free therapist in your back yard.  Having a rough day?  Just pop out there for a minute and see what's growing.  Pull a weed or till a little dirt.  There's always something to do, always a way to distract your brain for a few moments of time.  A garden is so much more than some dirt and plants.  
 Do you garden?  What does it mean to you?  Leave a comment on this post and you will be entered to win $100 American Express gift card to get started on your own dreamy garden! So start gardening now by visiting Burpee Home Gardens and find a store near you!     

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168 comments:

lizrunge87 said...

No garden yet, but it is something that I have really been wanting to do and I got some seeds yesterday! My dad always had a big garden for us growing up and I loved reaping the harvest from that, but have felt at a loss of how to do that now on my own.

Jenny said...

Those succulents are so beautiful! Getting my garden started over here as well.

M. Kasch said...

Ha! My feet are wet because I just came inside from watering my garden. . . I'm about halfway through with planting it, and like you, am trying to hold myself back. I don't want this warm spell to trick me.
I garden because it's my hope for the future. It satisfies my homesteader nature, even when I'm living in a big city. Despite my location, I've managed to get home with a pretty big yard (for a city,) and am spending this summer experimenting with lots of different kinds of veggies. Wish me luck!

Holly said...

I love to garden with my children! We work hard together for a common goal and it's rewarding. I love that gardening teaches them patience and gentleness. Just a few more weeks and it will be planting time at our house!

latanya t said...

Yes, I garden and it means adding something beautiful to the environment

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latanya t said...

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Elizabeth Clark said...

I do not garden, but can't wait to start. I just sent my husband links of how to start a garden with little amounts of space. I always love hearing about your garden, Crystal. For mothers day I made pots with succulents in them :)

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Elena said...

I do some gardening. It helps me to relax

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Elena said...

https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/596072276690239489

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laborders2000 said...

I have been gardening since we moved into our home. I feel like it is a way to express myself and it makes me feel good!

laborders2000 said...

https://twitter.com/leighanne000/status/596104946371690497

Kristen said...

Yes I garden...it means fresh produce right from the garden, picked when it's ripe...delicious!

Kristen said...

tweeted
https://twitter.com/rubylorikeet/status/596191272391417856

Megan Bruch said...

Your garden is lovely! I'm a newbie with gardening, but we've started some tomato, squash, and watermelon. Can't wait to see how they turn out!

kellyr78 said...

Yes, I like to garden. It means having fresh fruits and veggies for my family, without having to go to the store.

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kellyr78 said...

tweet
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lil_lady_dz said...

Yes i do garden and i love it! Every year I garden. I plant flowers, veggies, and even strawberries. Gardening is my hobby, it is relaxing to me, and i love being outdoors.

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lil_lady_dz said...

Posted to twitter: https://twitter.com/lil_lady_dz/status/597264022824583169

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JC said...

I garden. I love gardening with kids, it is a great way to enjoy and appreciate the nature.
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JC said...

-https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/597266403167580161

rachel said...

I love gardening! It's so relaxing...but harder to do with a one year old tagging along. :)

DeniseL said...

Oh I love gardening! It means so many things to me, but mostly it's magical. Planting a tiny seed that will grow and grow and provide you with food - pure magic!

DeniseL said...

tweeted - https://twitter.com/dmarie824/status/597858224432226304

Natalie said...

I do garden and love it! To me it means being able to create something beautiful and a fresh start! yarbr012 at gmail dot com

Natalie said...

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Rubi Martinez said...

What does gardening mean to me? It means living off the land! :) And making the world a prettier place to live! God gave us the flowers, plants, bushes, etc... lets plant them. (my green thumb is still in progress)

Amy said...

I just started gardening 2 years ago. I don't have green thumb and still learning how to grow my own veggies. so far I have some luck with tomatoes and herbs only. Can't wait to plant my own squash some day. I want to give my family the best...and I think growing my own veggies is the way to go. :)
Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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Amy said...

tweeted:
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AngelaB said...

I LOVE to garden. I'm not very good at it, but I learn something new every year that carries me thru to the next years garden. This year I'm trying my hand at growing blueberries and strawberries.

Blessings!
AngelaB

Lacey said...

Man, gardens are so much work! haha When I think of gardening, I think of my Papa. He was an engineer, and his garden was an exacting place. He grew rows and rows of cucumbers and squash and tomatoes and peppers. He would spend hours at his plan, drawing with a ruler where each and every seed would go. Then he would measure the garden plot, mark it with string, mark the planting lines with a chalk line, and then he would coach me to carefully plant each seed at an exact depth marked on my finger (transferring the measurement from a ruler, naturally). I laugh to think of those exacting standards now. Those cucumbers and squash NEVER kept in those militarily precise lines. Not one time. He knew that going in, I guess, but it never mattered. Any job for him was worth doing to a T.

Lacey said...

Here's my tweet! :D https://twitter.com/Lpitts06/status/598205491227930624

Madeline B said...

I do garden! My Christmas present last year was a raised bed, although I had to wait until Spring to see it built. It means providing fresh, healthy foods for our family.
madelinebrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com

Madeline B said...

Tweet link: https://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/598267196863807488
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The Criswells said...

I would like to start a vegetable garden for my girls. But right now I just enjoy tending and trimming the rose bushes around my house (planted before I bought the house). Cutting fresh roses add so much color and scents to a room!

Elle said...

We like to grow some vegetables like tomatoes and different herbs. It’s a fun way to connect with nature and have fresh ingredients right in my backyard.

prettyinhotpink6 at gmail dot com

Elle said...

Tweet: https://twitter.com/PrettyHotPink6/status/598542767971639296

Melinda said...

I do not personally enjoy gardening but my husband enjoys it. He is always out there for hours. I don't get it, but I'd love to win this for him.

Barbara Montag said...

For me gardening means we will have fresh organic veggies.
thank you

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Barbara Montag said...

Tweet
https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/598709389847957505

Rebecca W. said...

I love planting and watching my flowers grow each week!

erika said...

I don't garden, but both my parents do, and I love that.

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Leann said...

Husband and I usually plant a garden..... as of right now it is not done. :( chefl@swbell.net

Gina Wildorchid said...

gardening is my favorite hobby! i love being able to grow my own food, and make my yard beautiful!


Thanks for the chance to win!
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Gina Wildorchid said...

tweet--https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/600333105329766400

Mami2jcn said...

Gardening means having fresh vegetables on hand!

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Mami2jcn said...

tweet--https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/600692179074428930

Julie Wood said...

I love everything about it. I love getting out there and preparing the dirt, planting the seeds, and watering and weeding, and seeing my produce grow! It is so rewarding to grow my own veges for my family!

my email jewelwood55(at)gmail(dot)com

Julie Wood said...

Tweet entry
https://twitter.com/JewelWood/status/600706764149948416

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steve weber said...

I do garden, its a great hobby and the end result is amazing.. it's very relaxing to me

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AnnaZed said...

I love to garden though I have learned to trim my ambitions a bit. I plant mostly herbs and flowers.

margueritecore [at] gmail [dot] com

AnnaZed said...


I posted a tweet too: https://twitter.com/AnnaZed/status/600841646243090432

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lil_lady_dz said...

What i love most about gardening is i get to grow my own fresh veggies and fruits without having to buy them at the stores, it feels so rewarding cooking with the stuff you grew yourself.

nicole.ddziedzic at gmail dot com

lil_lady_dz said...

Tweeted: https://twitter.com/lil_lady_dz/status/601667522862059520

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Rebecca W. said...

I don't have a garden this year, but our friends share lots of tomatoes and zucchini!

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

I enjoy having a garden so I can out fresh produce on our table all summer long!

Shelley said...

I love having a garden! We live at just over 7,000 feet so it's quite a challenge to grow anything here. The gardening season is short and cool, but it's still so fun to try :)

Brandie said...

Gardening is my stress relief!

♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

We have a small garden consisting mostly of tomatoes. They taste SOOO much better than store-bought ones.

Mysharona said...

I don't garden, no time to take care of one.

stOOpidgErL said...

Love gardening with my daughter. She loves flowers!

peg42 said...

Yes, I enjoy gardening. My son and I garden together and it's a great way to spend some time together. I also love fresh veggies and the delight of knowing we grew these ourselves.
Thanks so much.
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peg42 said...

Tweeted: https://twitter.com/peg42/status/606118707643990016
Thanks again.
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Sandy Klocinski said...

Aside from offering a safe haven from the ubiquitous storm of food safety issues, gardening provides other rewards, some of them deeply emotional. Although my family is full of gardeners, I have not been bitten by that particular bug.

Sandy Klocinski said...

https://twitter.com/Attea2d/status/606121694319767552

diesel51 said...

I love to keep my garden looking healthy and full. Flowers, trees and shrubs look great and a show case for me.

clc408 said...

I enjoy gardening so I can be outdoors and make the yard look nicer. I grow mostly shade loving plants and flowers because my lot is very wooded.

clc408 said...

Tweet
https://twitter.com/clc408/status/606142570356473857

HarleyC said...

I try to garden but the only things I have luck with are flowers and herbs. There's only so much you can do with basil & parsley!

Kim said...

I love having fresh fruits and veggies to eat whenever we want! Best part is I know how they are grown! We only have rosemary growing right now, but we are moving and I hope to plant onions, squash, watermelons and much more next year !
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Welcome to My World said...

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Welcome to My World said...

I dont have a garden because I love in apartment building but my parents have a large one and since they are elderly, I help them plant and tend to it. I find it very relaxing.

carol clark said...

yes mam i do have a garden and it means life is enjoyable to me right now the

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I love to garden. To me, gardening means I can be a little more self-sufficient.

sksweeps said...

I have a number of fruit trees, blackberry vines and usually plant a vegetable garden in the summer. This year, with the drought and water restrictions in So Cal, I'm going to skip the vegetable garden so that I can keep watering my fruit trees.
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Stephanie said...

means happiness growing something from a seed
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nickieisis3 said...

Gardening is relaxing and I love to watch my plants grow.

sarah said...

I don't love the work of gardening but I do like having a nice looking garden in the yard
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HilLesha O'Nan said...

I have always found gardening therapeutic. I love growing flowers, but I just started a fruit and vegetable garden not too long ago.

Lesha@tothemotherhood. om

Kia89 said...

Yes I garden. It relaxes me.
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Tina said...

yes, I do. I love being outside and moving around.
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Tina said...

https://twitter.com/HappyTina0115/status/606503989048410112
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mickeyfan said...

We farm, so our "garden" is on a grander scale than most. :) I do love your succulents and would love to try the basil.

ragamuffinbeauties said...

We don't currently garden, but I would love to have the time & money to garden again. The hubby is the green thumb, but finishing his masters after working on his bachelor's the last three years has been too much to add gardening. Right now we are raising chickens & eventually we will add gardening back into the mix.

Stephanie Phelps said...

I do garden and it means so much to me it means a time to grow something good for my family and making me happy!
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Stephanie Phelps said...

I tweeted my4boysand1@gmail.com
https://twitter.com/my4boysand1/status/607334827629649920

Linda C. said...

Yes I garden and it means more fresh veggies in my house!

Linda C. said...

Tweeted https://twitter.com/Lindiac/status/607673873522434048

Anastasia Falling said...

I wish I could garden, but it's not in me :) I do love checking out other peoples gardens tho' and tasting the good things they are able to grow in them! :)
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Anastasia Falling said...

Tweeted :) - https://twitter.com/Enter_Now/status/607755323135291392
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Donna Jacoby said...

I would like to start a garden so we can save some money instead of buying vegetables and herbs from the store. Thank you for the giveaway!

Heidi said...

Having my own garden means to me that my produce and veggies are free from chemicals and things that can harm my family.

Heidi said...

Twitter Entry https://twitter.com/zanderbear/status/608094823950581761

Henria O. said...

I don't currently grow a garden but I've always romanced the idea. The one thing that appeals to me about gardening is that it seems therapeutic.
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Henria O. said...

Tweeted: https://twitter.com/sazzyfrazzy/status/608116798773325824
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mysweetiepiepie said...

Yes, I garden and my garden means independence and healthy eating to me.

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

I do not garden but I really want to learn how, I have even started to purchase books on the subject!
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D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

tweeted
https://twitter.com/mummytotwoboys1/status/608361355255685120

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susan1215 said...

I love gardening and usually plant white onions, carrots, scallions, and tomatoes.

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susan1215 said...

https://twitter.com/susan1215/status/608661618172567553

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The Fam said...

basil, lavender and thyme are my favorites!

jtwark said...

I garden and it means growing healthy food

JOE GERSCH

JOEBISSY@mail.com

Kim Hilbert said...

Gardening means a lot of fresh food in the summer and some great frozen foods for the winter.

FireRunner2379 said...

We garden and it means providing my family with healthy foods and teaching them at the same time how to care for plants. Canning is also something we do to decrease the amount of waste and have vegetables for the winter months.
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FireRunner2379 said...

I posted a tweet: https://twitter.com/FireRunner2379/status/610851110157479936.
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Amanda Sakovitz said...

I do garden and I love having fresh veggies on hand because of it!
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Amanda Sakovitz said...

https://twitter.com/aes529/status/611916735579561985
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smilekisses said...

Gardening is a relaxing pastime.

smilekisses said...

https://twitter.com/smilekisses/status/612537377962262528

Erica Best said...

i love gardening

Erica Best said...

https://twitter.com/purplelover04/status/612695519337558020

Leela said...

It means fresh fruit and vegetables.

MCantu1019 said...

I don't garden but my mother used to love to.
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Cori Westphal said...

I love gardening! To me, it means being about the enjoy the outdoors and provide my family with tons of fresh veggies!

Cori Westphal said...

Tweet: https://twitter.com/coriwestphal/status/613178716273795072

Betty C said...

Gardening brings back memories of growing up in the country with a huge garden. My mom just about everything imaginable. After she was no longer able to take care of it alone a younger neighbor came up and did all the planting and weeding and they shared the bounty.
Now I just have a small city garden but it provides wonderful fresh food throughout the summer.

kathy pease said...

I always loved to garden until I ended up getting lyme disease so I don't do it as much as I use to

kathy pease said...

https://twitter.com/klp1965/status/613477532155932673

Tarissa G said...

I enjoy having a summer garden. It's so good to know exactly where your vegetables come from!
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Tarissa G said...

Tweeted! https://twitter.com/pixel_berry_pie/status/613530644145131520

Karen Drake said...

I live in an apt. so I plant cherry tomatoes in a container, I love having them for my salads.

eliza elliott said...

Gardening to me means providing the freshest ingredients for my family. truckredford(at)gmail(dot)com

Lisa Brown said...

i like to garden; it means life - the ability to support yourself and feed yourself, and have a beautiful environment to live in.

Lisa Brown said...

my tweet https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/614400971372802048

ms-texas said...

my husband has a garden for us each year - we enjoy lots of fresh tomatoes and veggies

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ms-texas said...

i posted a tweet here:

https://twitter.com/bellows22/status/614609427933429760

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Thomas Murphy said...

I do garden, I just love being outside and in the dirt!

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Thomas Murphy said...

tweeted
https://twitter.com/thomasmurphy40/status/614657939828252672

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Tabathia B said...

Yes we have a garden and it is amazing growing some of your own herbs and tomatoes and adding them to your pasta and salads

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Tabathia B said...

tweet https://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/614664864284442624

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Lisa Pecora said...

I live in an apartment so I can not garden but I wish I could so I know no harmful chemicals are going onto my veggies.

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Kerry said...

I help my Mom with her garden. I love that you know where your food has been and what has been done to it to grow it!
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Kerry said...

tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/614973985940447233
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Betty C said...

Tweet - https://twitter.com/willitara/status/615069673319702528

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Rusthawk said...

I so agree with you about a garden being therapeutic, and it's such a wonderful way to teach kids about renewability and nature. And, success!

Rusthawk said...

https://twitter.com/rusthawk/status/615195108791562241

Aurelie Red said...

I love gardening… it is relaxing and provides me fresh vegetables !
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Aurelie Red said...

My tweet https://twitter.com/AurelieRed/status/615218964323414016
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Erica C. said...

Gardening is a nice project and it's so nice to have fresh items.

ellie said...

I love to grow tomatoes, green peppers, and onions. I need to add some herbs to my list.

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ellie said...

tweeted

https://twitter.com/eswright18/status/615324272026759168

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Wanda McHenry said...

I love caring for my garden and watching my veggies and herbs grow slowly. It's truly a sense of accomplishment and the end results make me very happy.

Wanda McHenry said...

https://twitter.com/myfolly/status/615582596135800832

Cynthia Knisley said...

I haven't had a garden in a couple of years. I have been ill. A garden reminds me of life. It pretty and you grow it.

saturdaynightfever said...

Yes, i enjoy gardening; it is good for the environment.

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Stephanie Larison said...

I love to garden, because it allows me to give my family a healthy meal from the veggies.

Stephanie Larison said...

https://twitter.com/Stephanie64030/status/615642512972120064

crystalf said...

I do not garden. We don't have the room right now and I have a black thumb. We've grown tomatoes before but that was my hubby's doing. Thank you!
crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

Lisa Voyce said...

I do garden. I like being able to have fresh fruit and vegetable and know that I grew it. I have chickens too for fresh eggs.

Breanne said...

I can't garden because I share a yard but my mom does.

rajee pandi said...

I wish to grow herbs

rajee pandi said...

https://twitter.com/momsfocus/status/615823342730375168

angie lilly said...

I do garden. I garden for flower, plants, fruit, and herbs. It is my way of giving back to the planet and its inhabitants, as well as growing things I can myself enjoy.
Angie
14earth at gmail dot com

angie lilly said...


I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/MsTofuFairy/status/615921401220984832
Angie
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Kathryn C said...

my #SweepstakesEntry tweet:

https://twitter.com/thrincor/status/615956523613876224

KC
kacor7@hotmail.com

Kathryn C said...

#SweepstakesEntry

really only started to garden within the last few years but I do enjoy it and love seeing the quick fresh results of my work!

KC
kacor7@hotmail.com

RICHARD HICKS said...

I do garden. It means a lot to me to get fresh veggies

RICHARD HICKS said...

https://twitter.com/ardy22/status/615971596814155777

sarah050 said...

I normally do a decent amount of gardening, it is something to take care of. The more you take care of it the better things grow, it is all in your hands as to how your garden grows and looks. It is also very relaxing. This year I haven't done much since i'm pregnant.

Sherry Conrad said...

I have a small container garden and raised bed. discriminating_diva at yahoo dot com

07violet said...

Gardening means yummy, healthy food for myself and loved ones, and plants are just beautiful to look at as well.

Sherry Conrad said...

Tweeted https://twitter.com/dddiva/status/615993736296726528
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Bert Dadtastic said...

Gardening means to me having the freshest ingredients at easy reach
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Jerry Marquardt said...

I garden flowers only. My town-home association will not allow vegetables.

Jerry Marquardt said...

I publicly Tweeted this giveaway: https://twitter.com/versatileer/status/616007318472368132

Bert Dadtastic said...

tweeted https://twitter.com/iamdadtastic/status/616008686419378176
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Ceecjjj said...

I have gardened my whole life, I find it very relaxing and rewarding!

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