Thursday, June 4, 2009

Wildflowers!



We just love flowers in our house- at least the girls and we outnumber Dad!

Recently, Peanut came home with a Wildflower seed packet with directions for planting. She was so excited to plant her very own wildflower seeds. If you love wildflowers and would like to join us, look over the simple directions below.

Materials: Wildflower seed packet, cardboard egg carton, soil, water

Directions:
1. Cut the top off of the egg carton.
2. Put soil in each of the small cups.
3. Plant 3 or 4 seeds in each cup.
4. Water.
5. Sunlight.
6. Once the seeds begin to sprout, you can transfer the whole egg carton into the
ground.
7. Watch your wildflower garden grow!

Take Care!

Jen

4 comments:

The Blonde Duck said...

Your feature goes up tommorow! :)

Melody said...

Hi Jen! I saw your question on my blog about how did I homeschool with babies in the home. Here is a wonderful article about what another veteran homeschooling mom did: http://www.schoolofabraham.com/babylesson.htm

I will try to write on my about my experiences with little ones soon too, okay?

Have a great day!

ParentingPink said...

I LOVE wildflowers too - my favorites are Black-Eyed Susans. I used to stop along the roadside as a child and pick them with my family. My daughters and I still will stop ocasoinally and pick poppies or black eyed susans.Great post! Have a wonderful weekend!

JamericanSpice said...

I definitely need to start my planting. I feel so bad that it fell by the wayside.

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