- published: 11 Aug 2008
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Its amazing how flowers & plants can change the look of an empty space in such a short space of time. With that in mind I thought I would share pictures of how I made my garden grow and fill the empty space left by a long winter.
The Planting Song and More Nursery Rhymes from Mother Goose Club! Sing along with your favorite Mother Goose Club characters to the all-original nursery rhyme “The Planting Song”! Watch our featured videos! http://bit.ly/1nwuyZH Buy our videos and songs! http://bit.ly/20vm2Zy Visit http://www.mothergooseclub.com for videos and activities! Looking for lyrics? Turn on closed captions to sing along! Big thanks to all of our fans out there, big and small! Track List: The Planting Song Mary Mary Quite Contrary A Haunted House on Halloween Night Itsy Bitsy Spider Rockin' Robot Football Rocker Baa, Baa, Black Sheep One, Two, Buckle My Shoe Auld Lang Syne Little Bo Peep Alphabet Roundup Clap Your Hands This Little Piggy Itsy Bitsy Spider Earth is Our Home Mary Mary Quite Contrary Soccer Rocker...
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Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle shells, And pretty maids all in a row, And pretty maids all in a row. A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries.
Just my garden and how it's going. No, I'm not Mary, nor am I quite contrary. ;)
This is a over view of our garden. If you guys are growing a garden or have any pretty plants upload a video and link it to this one for me to see. Also what are your favorite vegetables. Here is a link ot my husbads channel where you canfind the video on how to make these raised garden beds. http://www.youtube.com/user/dbatstl He hasl has a few painting videos.
How does your garden grow? A time progression of my 2009 garden pictures with the nursery rhyme playing in the background: "Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle shells, And pretty maids all in a row."
The Scotch Broom variety Cytisus Lena from www.gardensplendor.com is a lovely choice for open sites with dry, gravelly or sandy soils. Contrary to most garden plants, it does not need very fertile conditions, in fact it will grow happily in quite impoverished soils as long as they are free draining. A stunning sight on hillsides, sloping banks, raised beds, large rock and gravel gardens and sunny borders too, it will delight all who see it with it's long cascading branches of brightly colored flowers. Join David Wilson as he looks over a bed of beautiful bushy plants that will shortly be shipped to the garden center and listen as he explains the one thing (pruning) that's important in helping to keep your Cytisus Lena Scotch Brooms in tip top shape. More at: www.gardensplendor.com
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you why he never adds fertilizer to his vegetable garden, yet gets better results without adding your standard plant fertilizers. In this episode, John shares his methods of building your soil instead of simply adding fertilizer (be it chemical or organic). John will share his favorite ways to build the soil and improving the soil, so that your plants can have the most biologically active soil containing all the nutrients they need to fully thrive. After watching this episode you will learn more about some of the top soil builders that John recommends, and why you should focus on building and improving your soil vs simply fertilizing.
Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your #HarrodsGarden grow? We are delighted to unveil the Harrods British Eccentrics Garden for RHS Chelsea Flower show, designed by award-winning gardener Diarmuid Gavin. An alternative take on a quintessentially English garden, it features quirks, humour and eccentricities, paying homage to the legendary English cartoonist and illustrator, William Heath Robinson. We invite you to discover our garden and share your pictures featuring with the hashtags #HarrodsGarden and #RHSChelsea. 🌸🌺🌼 Discover more - http://bit.ly/1rugUZH
Inspired by the John Stokes and Mary’s Gardens Collection in the Marian Library, this exhibit features a living indoor garden of plants and flowers whose names and stories honor the Blessed Virgin Mother. The exhibit was designed by Grunder Landscaping, a Dayton-area company started by 1990 University of Dayton graduate Marty Grunder.
mary mary quite contrary, how does your spooky garden grow not great because its the wrong season http://spookyboxclub.com/
The only thing better than having beautiful flowers is being able to share them with other people. Host, Mary Holm, visits with Mary Solbreken of Rustic Designs Flower Farm, near New London, Minn. who produces lots of wonderful flowers. She then sells them at Farmers’ Markets, delivers them to individual customers, or uses them for weddings & other special occasions. For more information about Prairie Yard & Garden visit: http://www.pioneer.org/prairie-yard--garden.html
To find music, chords, more Spring games and how to play this as a game visit: http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com/A%20Cluster%202.2%20Awaywego/22%20Spring%20songs%20I-M%20w.htm A traditional resource for children, teachers, child care providers, librarians, parents and grandparents, ESL, EFL. Visit http://www.singinggamesforchildren.com to find many more songs including those from other countries and also to find out how to play this as a game and see it in the context of teaching singing games for children. I dig my garden, dig, dig, dig, I dig my garden, I dig it deep. I plant the seeds and I watch them grow, But along comes a rabbit and oh, no no! He eats my carrots, munch, munch, munch; He eats my carrots, he eats the whole bunch. I run to the garden with a “Shoo, shoo, shoo!”...
Mary mary quite contrary, how does your garden do? My yard is letting it all hang out. I think manicured lawns are a waste of time and resources. Im using mine as experimental grounds for learning permaculture, gardening, soil restoration, and sustainability practices. Never feel like you are not experienced enough to take on a project like this. Mine is not impressive at all, but the only way you get experience is by getting out there and doing shit. Tell your ego it's ok if other people get uncomfortable when they see the weeds taking over. Do yo thang.
Mary Mary quite contrary how does your garden grow? Quite nicely thank you. :-) As you can see my garden is moving along beautifully. The little sprouts have gotten so tall that I can actually see them from my kitchen door. I have taken the time to put dirt in my other planter box and a couple of spare flower pots and laid out the remaining Harriet Carter roll out garden pieces. Now just need to keep up the watering schedule and soon I will be seeing a bevy of beautiful flowers that according to the package will reseed themselves for next year too. Yeaaaaaaa!!
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Singing to Kabucha pumpkin seeds while planting in the greenhouse. Think it'll help them grow? Can't hurt.
Mom gets upset when her neighbor complains about the cabbages she's growing in her front yard and challenges Mary Mary to a fight.