I take gardening wherever I go
Love of nature is its own reward, and there is no better activity than opening the eyes of children to its wonders.
My grandson and I did not have ideal conditions. I foraged for an empty pot in his basement. I knew it was much smaller than our endeavor needed, but it did the job for most of the summer. As a long distance grandma, I could not give hands-on guidance as much as I would have liked. But there was a reward of fruit.
It says much for that tomato container that it competed with "Minecraft".
Have You Seen These Apps?
Have you seen the graphic creation apps that are free, online? Maybe you have, but if not I plan to be using Canva and Picmonkey this year. They produce very professional looking pictures, and in the case of 'Canva', the pictures come in template sizings just right for Twitter, Facebook, etc.
Both have free and premium versions.
I've always needed to post more photos. Looking for the easiest way to transform my "I like to live the moment" to "I like to record the moment" attitude, look for more to appear on Instagram
. Also, using the above apps should result in more web ready graphics to inspire my readers. I also use an iPhone app called Camera+
that produces similar results and posts directly to social media. I paid for that one.
Updated Gardening Hubs
On social media, but also convey your opinions. What do you like best? Do you have pics of your garden success ( or bloopers) from this season? Post on the Facebook page!