She’s Not a Gardener…

…but she can dig a hole and put a pretty plant in it!

Last year I planted these after they were wilted in their little pots. This year they surprised me popping up and showing me their pretty smiling blooms! God is the best gardener and I really do depend on Him.

Luke 12:27 (CEV)

Look how the wild flowers grow! They don’t work hard to make their clothes. But I tell you that Solomon with all his wealth wasn’t as well clothed as one of these flowers.

On Saturday I added these Primroses that I’ll be able to see from my kitchen window. It makes me smile.

We had a few hours of dry weather on Saturday and Dear worked in the garage organizing more “stuff” and I did a little work in the yard. It felt so good working outside. It didn’t take long for the weather to turn on us and we experienced some lion like March weather. Sunday started cold but bright. Such a nice change. Blessings to you on this first Sunday in March!

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

11 thoughts on “She’s Not a Gardener…

  1. I am surprised you are not a gardener along with your other homemaking skills. I am not one, either. I can’t keep a primrose alive and I always feel sorry for the ones that come to my house. I was very happy to see, a few days ago, that ‘by accident’ some neglected daffies in pots in the yard are coming up again! A surprise and a joy.

  2. Such pretty touches of color around your garden. Like Hollace, I can’t keep primroses either. But I hope those daffs naturalize for you and come back year after year.

  3. And they came up for you? Amazing! I’ve been told that the potted tulips and daffodils can’t be planted. Ha! You proved that wrong. The spring garden looks terrific.

  4. That looks so Springy Ellen!! I think you’re a pretty good gardener my friend. I am hoping that we will finally get some milder weather soon. The maple syrup season is anxious to get started here in our area. We need above freezing temps during the day for the sap to start running.

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