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Free online jigsaw puzzle of tools in a garden. A small shovel and rake lay in a pile of soft soil beside a primrose.

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micki
May 16, 2017
The right time of year to plant those pretty flowers. Not me though...I pay my landscaper to do it now. Fingernails stay prettier that way and my back can't take bending over anymore. Could never stand to wear gardening gloves anyway!
elijah13
Aug 13, 2016
Just got thru taking some plants out of the ground--not good- looking any more. I have some guys coming Monday to help with yard work--pulling weeds, etc. They do everything but cut grass. I have someone else do that, even tho I pay for our association to do it. I prefer having better looking grass--which I have!
PurplePandora
Apr 21, 2016
I love to work in the garden although my body complains more each year. It's too early to plant much yet other than onions and potatoes although I see brave folks buying plants. I'll wait a little while more. I am getting asparagus and will plant lettuce this weekend. Our weeping cherry tree got hit by the cold this year. It was the first time and I was disappointed as this Spring will probably be my last for gardening. I am planning to move to a smaller home but I will miss it terribly. I love my plants and trees, but especially my flowers. I have amended my clay soil and have a large English garden and love every phase of it. Enjoy life.
cindyj28
Apr 27, 2014
This is a work puzzle. But my ground doesn't look like that. Hope everyone has a great Sunday.
pixipixil
Apr 27, 2014
Right about the dirt. Looks more like coffee grinds. Where are all the rocks?
talent
Apr 27, 2014
Haha! I wish I had soil like this. I always joke that I grow rocks, they keep coming up in my adobe like soil. UGH!
CatLadyOKC
Apr 27, 2014
Our raised garden beds are similar to this, they are never walked in and mixed with lots of compost, vermiculite, peat and garden soil. They are set so we can work from the outside of the garden areas. They are easy to weed and plant. We have soaker hoses in all that we use.
Taffi
Apr 27, 2014
Neither does my ground. The trees have not received word that it's Spring either. Still bear and no buds. I think the ice storm in December did a number on them so they have to bounce back now.
pixipixil
Apr 28, 2014
Hi Catlady. My parents had the soaker hoses and one raised veggie bed in AZ. Hardpan, not rocks so like you all the soil was from the garden store.
I have to add stuff to our clay soil each year. But the rocks and weeds abide no matter what. Even the planter tubs get weed choked.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 28, 2014
We use the square foot garden method, works really great with our red clay soil & variable weather. Got the book from my day...but also found it at the Library - "Square Foot Gardening" by Mel Bartholomew - lots of good information.
talent
Apr 28, 2014
I LOVE square foot garden method! Besides my soil problem I have a bit of a dog problem, so I have to block off my north 40 to start a garden again. They dig up anything I plant and my great dane can wet anything 3 feet or shorter. hehe. I used to have a wonderful rotating compost method but my Newfoundland decided to start climbing up on it and add his own contributions. Oh well can't use it now. I will not give up! Starting new.
pixipixil
Apr 28, 2014
Nice to know. I have a few books. One is Crockett's Victory Garden but I never got into doing things right. I see a plant I fall in love with and out comes some more lawn. I'm scaling back this year and putting the lawn back.
Taffi
Apr 28, 2014
We live in a townhouse so barely any lawn to speak of and if we chose to plant anything, it might not be safe from the landscape company that comes in regularly. I think that's about the only thing that I miss living here but I've adjusted. Maybe a good thing as I've lost the touch in getting anything to survive lol
pixipixil
Apr 28, 2014
If you told me 5 years ago I would not miss having a cat I would not hve believed you, but in fact it is now a relief to have one less burden to worry about. Tho I will always love cats I am glad not to be reponsible for one. I imagine it's like that for you and gardening, Taffi.
Taffi
Apr 29, 2014
You got it in one. We used to have 2 cats but the eldest one died. I would like to have a second cat but hubby has said no. I guess it's one of the things when you get attached to a pet and then have to say goodbye. He was so attached to Boo. And yeah, I miss my great cuddler too.
fiestyolelady
Oct 29, 2015
Seven cats own me & I am so tired of it. I love cats but putting up with them & cleaning up is getting harder all the time. I make them stay outside unless it is raining or cold.
fiestyolelady
Oct 29, 2015
I never have been good at growing violets.
tshepherd24
Nov 6, 2014
My wife and I love gardening. Good puzzle.
toadalove
May 12, 2014
Still love this puzzle!
toadalove
May 7, 2014
Just love this puzzle so much!
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