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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Your Unpleasant Blooms Guide for Spring of Aught-Eight


I've put in all my wild garlic and onion bulbs and the yard is looking just the way I thought it would.

On an unrelated note, how come nobody sings "I'm a Lonely Little Petunia in an Onion Patch" these days?

2 comments:

nolanart said...

My dandelion crop in the front yard is looking fabulous.

I had to email this one to my wife at work, she has the green thumb in the family, I've been trying to warn her about those impatience for years.

Freddy Letrange said...

Boo hoo! Boo hoo! And all I do is cry all day!

Some still seldomer sung songs by some of the same songsmiths: 'When the Sun Sets in Samoa'; 'Here Comes Santa in a Red Canoe'; 'Why Do Peanuts Whistle?'; 'Don't "Honey" Me, Baby'; 'Superstitious Al-o-ysius'; 'Some Fellow Stole My Wife and My Umbrella'; and of course 'From the Indies to the Andes in His Undies ('Twas a Very, Very Daring Thing to Do)'.