Friday, May 1, 2009

Garden Planting Time

Here are some suggestions for a successful harvest of your Springtime "Planting".


Plant Seven rows of Peas (P's)


1. Prayer

2. Promptness

3. Patience

4. Preparation

5. Perseverance

6. Politeness

7. Purity


Plant Seven Rows of Squash


1. Squash Gossip
2. Squash Indifference

3. Squash Criticism

4. Squash Negative Thinking

5. Squash Envy

6. Squash Jealousy

7. Squash Hatred

Plant Six Rows of Lettuce ("Let Us")


1. Let Us be unselfish and loyal

2. Let Us be faithful to duty

3. Let Us search the Scriptures

4. Let Us not be weary in well doing

5. Let Us be obedient in all things

6. Let Us be truthful

No Garden Is complete Without Turnips ("Turn up")


1. Turn up with a friendly smile

2. Turn Up for Church

3. Turn Up for Bible Study

4. Turn Up for Prayer Meeting

5. Turn Up with determination to do your best in God's service

6. Turn Up to praise God and not man


After planting,

"Grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus


II Peter 3:18a


Lori said...

Well isn't that cute!?! I love it! Lots of truth in that kind of gardening!! :)

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Thank you for sharing these wonderful garden tips. So enjoyable to read and something I need to practice in my life.
I like all of your new redecorating, very pretty. One thing I like about blogging you can have so fun decorating and it doesn't cost a thing. I so enjoyed my visit.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely garden post. Perfect reminders for a May Day!

Thank you for stopping by Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm! I was so glad to have you visit, your kind thoughts made our day.

Happy May Day!
Debbykay at Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm

Marqueta said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

How wonderfully clever! I shall have to copy this into my Commonplace book.



lady m's lavender cottage said...

How true! Thank you for sharing these wise words :)


Lady M

Andrea said...

I love this! As always, I'm cheered by my visit with you.

Many blessings and much joy,


Miss Jen said...

How beautiful... what rich truth! ;)
How neat that you pared up spiritual
advice with the plants!!
Hope you are having a blessed day!
Thank you for promoting my "give away" on your side bar! It was very kind of you!!! ;)

Love & Hugs,
Miss Jen

Jennifer said...

I love this little garden post - so glad I found you here today! I've never really been a fan of turnips...but I guess I will look at them differently now!! So sweet this was -

Happy Saturday.......

Mrs.L said...

Wonderfully encouraging post!
Thanks so much!

hip chick said...

I love this post. I hope you don't mind I'm going to post a link to it on my blog. It's such a lovely post I don't want to forget it.

D said...

What a great post! Thank you so much for that! I'll make sure to write it down in my journal.

Lavinia said...

A highly creative and wonderfully intelligent approach to gardening for the Lord. I love this!