Tuesday, February 21, 2012

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Today while in town I noticed several yards were already needing a good mowing...how can that be in February? The grass is already turning green and even the stores are beginning to offer gardening supplies.

My little flower garden seems to get smaller each year. I've actually started only planting perinneals.

Here is a free little doodle to use to your liking.

Happy Trails...Ginger


Joanne said...

yes hard to believe the word "mow" is in the vocabulary for February! My daffadils are up about 4"! love the doodle!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Ginger ~
Perennials are the way to go! Just add a few annuals that will bloom all summer for fill in and color!
Thank you for another free doodle! You are most generous.
Happy hump day.
Hugs :)

Trace4J said...

spring is on the way!
love your doodles.
hugs trace


Robin said...

I LOVE this doodle and I am definately going to try to hook it !!
I can picture the colors already !
Thank you for your freebie !!

primitivebettys said...

Oh, this is a cutie! Thank you!

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Thanks Robin. You did a lovely color work of this the other day.
I like it so much.

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Ginger, I have to apologize. I'm so sorry I called you by the wrong name. I was looking at another site that had drawn watercolor flowers.
I DO LOVE the drawing you gave us.
It's lovely.

cucki said...

aww i love it so much..
happy spring..

White Sheep Farm said...

Hi Ginger,
Thanks for the doodle ... I think I' ll use my Oxford punch for this one.
Think spring!

Kathy (woolfind) said...

I've tried planting some perennials last year. I'm wondering how they will come back this year. My biggest fear is what I've always done before and that is I pull them out thinking they are weeds lol.
Love the doodle. So sweet of you, thanks!