|My Grandchildren's garden pots are thriving on the patio deck.|
|Zucchini to climb, bunch beans, carrots as a root plant, basil for fragrance, and cilantro rounds out our pots.|
|Our first pot positioned in the rain for nature to work it's magic.|
Often the girls enjoyed helping in the garden. Now that our little Grandsons are here we thought it might be fun to get them started too. Last week I visited and took 2 large Terra-cot-ta pots with dishes, a 20 pound bag of potting soil, seeds. plants, and some fresh pampers! The pampers absorb and hold the moisture and help cut down on watering chores. thehiddenpantry.blogspot.com/2013/04/save-water-pamper-your-plants.html Here is the link that shows you just how to do this.
|Helpful hint, place a clean disposable diaper in the bottom of your pots before adding soil to maintain moisture.|
I for one cannot wait to see their little eyes get very large should a big old zucchini develop! We had a lot of fun and I think the twins will enjoy watching their gardens grow.