Cover and Care
Yesterday, Jordan and I raked leaves in our backyard to cover and care for our tulips bulbs!
Planting 100 Tulip Bulbs
A few weeks ago, before the leaves turned and the autumn chill was in the air, I was thrilled to plant 100 tulip bulbs in our pollinator gardens. There were spaces where the plants did not grow, which left room for the tulips.
Why am I thrilled about the tulip bulbs? There is a fence around each garden, so the dear, rabbits, squirrels and chipmunks can not feast upon my flower bulbs.
We enjoyed our team work of raking the leave, pushing them into the large yellow bucket, and then spreading the leaves of all differnt shapes and colors from the variety of trees in our backyard.
All our Brain Colors contributed to an enjoyable time together!
* Our Yelow Brains organized the piles of leaves together
* Our Blue Brains enjoyed our time together.
* Our Green Brains had a system for raking and spreading the leaves together.
* Our Orange Brains had fun together!
We were preparing the gardens and protectig them for the winter. This gardening activity was a perfect metaphor for life.
If you Plan, Prepare, and Protect what you have worked hard nurture and grow (your garden, family, business, and or your life) you will be able to enjoy the beauty of your labor. I know we will enjoy the colorful variety of tulips in our gardens next spring!
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