Gardening – Skills or Luck?

As mentioned before, I am now into gardening – or am I?

It seems almost impossible to keep up with the weeds. Remove them, and 2 days later new ones appear. And now that we have finally had some rain here on the island it’s even worse….

We have not yet been able to sow our lawn due to constant weed, and a garden just isn’t a garden with a dirt patch instead of a lawn! We have considered roll lawn, but even that needs clean soil for success. But gardening is more than flowers and lawn. I have happily been eating tomatoes, potatoes, blueberries and rhubarbs from my own garden and that is a fantastic experience 🙂 .

Weeds vs. produce is a constant fight – does the small amount of fruits and veggies make up for a garden looking like sh..? I don’t think so… The only solution is down on your knees and weeding, weeding, weeding. Gardening Sucks sometimes…

But sometimes you get lucky!

… or lazy. Below is a picture from my garden of a plant that I a few months ago took for weed and planned to remove. But my laziness took over and it was untouched for a few weeks. Hurray for lazy gardening – it turned out to be a beautiful Clematis…..

Gardening - Clematis

Click image to see it in “full bloom”.

Today – to celebrate my gardening skills 🙂 – I am offering you a Paper Pack Bundle Freebie with floral vines in multiple colours.

It contains 7 paper packs – 38 papers total – all 12×12, 300 dpi, and can be used for CU4U.

Floral Vine PP BundleDOWNLOAD  –  Mediafire     –     Dropbox

Good luck on you digital gardening – see you soon.

Lots of Love,

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3 thoughts on “Gardening – Skills or Luck?

  1. As always, your papers are amazing and very much appreciated.

    Your clematis is beautiful. Lucky you to find that treasure among your weeds. I enjoy gardening as well (flowers only, unfortunately) and as much as I dislike the weeding process, I’ve changed my perspective to view it as my “daily exercise” instead. Gardening can provide quite a workout! It’s also a humbling and wonderful experience to watch the daily changes in your many growing treasures. ENJOY 🙂

    • Hi Vi,
      Funny you should mention it, cause I have also transformed the weeding into exercise (however not daily). It actually works – both mentally and physically 🙂
      Enjoy the rest of the summer (= weeding season) 🙂
      Hugs, Trine

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