Friday, June 07, 2013

Hey, how is Mr Bunches' Traveling Salvation Garden doing?

Quite well: Look at all these ACTUAL PLANTS OF NATURE.  If it ever stops raining, we may go ahead and plant them in our garden. 


5 comments:

Andrew Leon said...

That's awesome!
We had our first tomato. Had. because I knocked it off the vine while trying to look at it. :(

Maurice Mitchell said...

I used to have a pretty good garden going a few years ago, but I'm having trouble getting plants to grow. You have a great looking set of plants Man.

Rusty Webb said...

The wife has been raising flowery things from seeds this year, hopefully to make the $1500 per year in plant purchases go down a bit.

Anyway, in between rainstorms this weekend, she's been putting the saplings into the actual ground. It's been very exciting. Except that it hasn't, but I'm trying to be excited.

Briane P said...

Rusty:

$1500 per year? We haven't spent $1500 on our garden in MY LIFETIME. I'm jealous. These are FREE seeds from the Children's museum. That's what I'm reduced to: Soup Kitchen Seeds.

Maurice: We have to grow these plants in cups because our yard is toxic. OR haunted. Probably both.

Andrew:

That sucks. If you like fresh tomatos, that is. I prefer artificially created "Tomato (TM)" which have never actually been touched by nature and are printed on a 3d printer using specially formulated protein paste.

Andrew Leon said...

It did suck. It was this incredible over-achiever as far as tomatoes go--we still don't have any other ones--and I knocked it off the vine before it was ready.

I'm not really much of a tomato person, BUT the tomatoes we grew last year were very excellent, so I'm hoping the same this year.