Sunday, April 3, 2011

Wondrous Sprouts

Benjamin's Carrot Seeds Sprouting
 When I was around five, or six years-old, I remember shopping in the grocery store with my  mom and begging to purchase a pack of marigold seeds.  The picture, on the front of the packet, was so beautiful- the bright orange, gold and yellow blossoms- I couldnt wait to grow some of my own.  I also remember the profound disappointment of learning that marigolds don't thrive inside an apartment- which is where I spent the majority of my growing-up years. 
Lily's Hollyhock Seedlings

Fast forward thirty-five years, and you will find all four of my children enthralled by the growing of their own seeds.  My window sills have been devoured by pots filled with soil and the seeds of carrots, watermelon, pumpkins, tomatoes, and flowers.

Sprouts, wondrous sprouts!

Lily's Lupines


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