how does my garden grow?

Not with silver bells or cockleshells
 or pretty maids 
nope

 Just morning glory seeds 
from 
Deborah's garden 
in 
West Virginia.

Jack inspected them

but 
that was late last week


this was Saturday

and now, 
Tuesday evening


major growth spurt
and
on the 'end'
that
gets less
sun

Go figure!

23 comments:

  1. La La love it! One of my favorite flowers. Can't wait to see them progress.

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  2. hahaha! Jack was doing such a good inspection! He's gorgeous! As for the mystery of plant growth, that 's Mother Nature for you, makes no sense at all!!

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  3. something so satisfying about growing plants.....this batch looks very promising xo

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  4. Jack did a great job inspecting the seedlings!


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  5. Jack knows plants respond when you talk to them. That is exactly what he was doing!!

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  6. How lovely, I bet that far end is trying to reach the sun though!

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  7. I am warning you that there will be a forest in your window. Looking forward to the progress!

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  8. Without seed inspection, they might not have grown. LOL

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  9. I know I'm supposed to love the seedlings but I was too busy noticing how wonderful the iron work outside the window is
    and Jack is so sweet

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  10. Love morning glories!!! Cant wait to see them in bloon Daryl!
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  11. I used to have great morning glories when I had a fence. Looking forward to seeing these beauties bloom. Hopefully Jack won't be nibbling them. ;)

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  12. You've got a green thumb or maybe Jack has a green paw!
    V

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  13. Actually, it kind of makes sense for the side not getting sun to grow a bit more. It's trying to get to where the sun is!

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  14. my garden is completely confused by the weather, so it seems to be on strike.
    Not that I have much of one, anyhow...

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  15. I love that urbanites can find a place for life to grow in even the smallest of spaces:)

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  16. Holy Schamoley. Those things take over the WORLD.

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  17. Love morning glories ... they'll be hanging down to the street before too long!

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  18. Can't wait to see how they look when they really pop! Hope Jack doesn't eat them.

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