I only have two classes left and my oral presentation left to complete my Master Gardener class.
Graduation is May, 30th.
For our final exam we had to pull a plant/tree/shrub out of a hat and do a report on that plant.
My hand pulled Black Chokeberry out of the hat.
I had not a clue what a Black Chokeberry was.
After my research I think I just may have to plant one in our yard.
My son Sam, who edited my final paper, thought the same after reading my three page fact sheet. Sam is not a gardener, so I hope I did something right in writing my paper, if I convinced a non-gardener to plant a Black Chokeberry.
I am working on my oral presentation. It can not be longer than 5 minuets.
The idea is that I am asked about a plant/tree/shrub, like a hotline, I am to be able to answer your questions.
Joy List Monday
a weekly ritual
a reminder to stop and pay attention to the little beauties
and graces that make life magical and to set aside time
for gratitude each day
♥ bluebirds ... we have a pair we see on our walk
♥ birthday boy ... our son Atticus turned 15 this past week
♥ friends ... calls and texts making sure we were alright after the May, 16th storm
♥ a trip to the greenhouse ... I just love the smell of a greenhouse
♥ apple blossoms and lilacs ... making a lovely perfume outside