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Woo Hoo – the storms came to our neck of the woods. The storms LEFT our neck of the woods. AND the grandkids discovered that the Sunflower House that their Sandwich Generation granny nanny and senior great-grandma planted while gardening SURVIVED nicely! And the various plants have started to grow! One grandchild is already plotting out where his little soldier toys will go once it’s tall enough.
The new Sunflowers we planted from seed have already started to pop up
while the Mammoth Sunflower seeds the grandkids helped with earlier survived the transplant
The Mr Lincoln rose bush already has TWO buds with their gorgeous red peeking through (I so love them. They are, indeed, some of the most fragrant roses!)
and the butterfly bush plant has intriguing “things” that I presume will turn into lovely and colorful flowers followed by lovely and decorative butterflies flitting around happily!
Definintely a delightful visit for grandparents and grandchildren, exploring the garden, discovering those sweet hints of RED to come for REDNESDAY and taking lots of photos with both my easy to use Canon Powershot digital camera AND my AT&T iPhone camera for Sweet Shot Tuesday. How is your boomer and senior and grandkid gardening growing?