The garden festival was a success. Lots of food
kids with kids
and more. (See here.)
In the spirit of things, I oh so artfully displayed gardening books,
and planted violas in milk glass containers.
Seed bombs made an appearance.
They are gumball size clumps of soil mixed with clay, earthworm castings and seeds, created for throw and grow ease. Seed bombs originated with urban guerilla gardeners to be used on empty lots. (More on guerilla gardening here.)
I have another flower thing to show you, but I'll save it for later in the week.
I hope you had a good weekend.