Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Spring in a Can 2

in a rush to catch up with those
already enjoying spring

I purchase myself another
Spring in a Can

open
water
enjoy

Yup...
that's what the instructions say...



Let us hope that it is not a repeat from
2010's Spring in a Can

open
water
enjoy
forget
kill




oh how quickly the
indoor spring was forgotten
once the real thing came along...


35 comments:

Crafting Queen said...

What a great idea, hope this one goes well. Hugs to you and Banjo!

dancing-muffin said...

This is sooo wonderful,i like this flower to much.
I wish you a sunny day.
Your Bloggerfriend from germany,
Ulli

Sandra said...

good idea, i have never seen one of these here... i like the flowers in the can. if i can remember i will check out the nursery at walmart and see if they have something like this

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

Ya... I would be one to do the forget/kill approach. My bad when it comes to plants.

LĂșcia said...

What a great idea, it's a pity we don't have something like that around here. ;-)

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Catherine,
Hope you don't have to reach for spring in a can for long...!
Hugs,
Mariette

Kea said...

I've been tempted to buy a couple of herb "garden" kits, seen in Dollarama. If I kill the plants, at least I will have spent only $1 - $2 on them, pot and earth included!

I'm still wearing winter under-layers here, and that's. just. not. right.

Brian said...

I think we got the weed version!

Penelope's Beehive said...

What a fabulous idea...at least in theory! Snowflakes are still flying about here, but alas, I did spy one lone Robin. Perhaps, come the morrow, Spring shall arrive in full bloom? We can only hope, yes?

May your garden grow brightly!

Hugs...
Judy

TexWisGirl said...

you always make me laugh. :)

BumbleVee said...

Yesterday it got up to a lovely sunny +20C...... but, this morning ...it had plummeted to only 1C ....and.......wait for it..................................it snowed!

Sh%#

S. Etole said...

Waiting for the real.

SweetMarie said...

this is so cute! I've never seen a garden in a can. :)

Sylvia said...

Such a great idea, Catherine, but I hope the 'real thing' is coming soon :-)
Hugs,
Sylvia

It's me said...

This is so nice....hope spring will come soon.....it is so colddddd....x !

Ann said...

well I know around here I can guarantee that it would be a repeat. I'm terrible with things like that. Good luck with yours

Carolynn Anctil said...

Huh. Cool. :o)

Lisa Gordon said...

Thank you for the smile!! :-)
I hope this one is better for you too.

Chatty Crone said...

Hope spring is right around the corner! sandie

troutbirder said...

Strange I'd say....:)

Betsy Adams said...

Wow---I've never seen anything like that... Truly spring in a can!!!! Neat!

I wish I could put WINTER in a can. I would NOT open it... ha

Hugs,
Betsy

Susan said...

I remember that! How funny! Take good care of those tomatos now girl!

Lin said...

Let's skip the "kill" part, okay?

Eileen said...

What an interesting idea - I've never seen spring in a can before. In my house someone would be bound to eat it, but I wonder if it could be transplanted to the garden when this g*&^%%& winter finally ends!

More snow coming to you as well I hear. Stay warm and dry!

Linda R said...

Too funny. I think I would forget as well once the real spring arrived..

Hugs~

Linens and Royals said...

Spring in a tin!!! Whatever will be invented next? X

Pantherka said...

This is good :-) You have great posts :-)

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Oh those poor plants...lol.

Let's hope that you remember them a bit better this year. Don't worry, I do that all the time.

Jen

Tamago said...

LOL!! I understand it is easy to forget can spring when real spring arrives! Hopefully they are remembered this year :-)

Mary said...

I hope this spring makes it 'til summer! :)

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I want Spring in a can! I've never seen those before. Very cool! We have dust. Not cool at all especially since this is the first day of our Spring Break! Have a great day. Tammy

Tricia Hays said...

open water enjoy... i can do that, so pretty =)

Nancy Claeys said...

love this! :)

Jaime said...

forget
kill

hahaha!!!!

That's what happens when I try and take care of succulents even! A tomato plant wouldn't have a chance with me. :(

Splendid Little Stars said...

ha ha! I thought it was a drink of some sort at first! That had me perplexed!
Here's to no killing this year!

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