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This video will not change your life, but it MIGHT take your mind off the daily grind. Every once in a while, appreciating a little bit of nature (with a little bit of technology) can make the day better.
As I've discussed many times, gardening is therapy for me. With no training, classes or skill my only desire each day is to come home and look at my flowers. Whatever is blooming and it doesn't matter what kind.
Twinkle Toes seem to do fairly well in the Bozeman area as a perennial bulb and THESE little guys are my new favorite. They bloom early. They weather through snow. They're pretty and they last several weeks.
Spring is a great time to spend with kids learning the basics of gardening. There are several easy-to-grow options that you can start inside for almost instant results. The more results kids see, the more interested they become.
I have several gardening experiments every season. This year it happens to be cucumbers so that we can make our own pickles. Never mind that Greg doesn't like pickles but I do and I've already got the cukes started!