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Updated by Laura Flanders on Jan 04, 2015
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New Year's Gardening Resolutions (Fun, Quirky and Hopeful)

So many gardeners are sharing their new year's resolutions. I didn't want to miss out on the fun so here is my list! Enjoy!

1

Don't cross out the "im" in imperfect. Embrace my gardening limitations.

Don't cross out the "im" in imperfect. Embrace my gardening limitations.
2

Remember what it feels like to NOT have room to grow and hope this helps me not overcrowd my plants.

Remember what it feels like to NOT have room to grow and hope this helps me not overcrowd my plants.
3

Don’t buy more plants than I really need. Bwahahhah! Yeah right.

Don’t buy more plants than I really need. Bwahahhah! Yeah right.
4

Don’t swear at the squirrels when they destroy my pumpkins or squash. (Or wash my mouth out with soap when I do.)

Don’t swear at the squirrels when they destroy my pumpkins or squash. (Or wash my mouth out with soap when I do.)
5

Spend more time in the garden and less time actually gardening. (Purchase a blindfold first.)

Spend more time in the garden and less time actually gardening. (Purchase a blindfold first.)
6

Talk more to my plants. Care less about what the neighbors think when I do.

Talk more to my plants. Care less about what the neighbors think when I do.
7

Pick more of my flowers for vases inside. Give more away to friends. Spread more hope.

Pick more of my flowers for vases inside. Give more away to friends. Spread more hope.
8

As soon as the dog does it's duty, do my dog doo duty. (Yep. Nope. I'll step in it.)

As soon as the dog does it's duty, do my dog doo duty. (Yep. Nope. I'll step in it.)
9

Have more picnics in the backyard with one or two friends.

Have more picnics in the backyard with one or two friends.
10

Strengthen and grow a community of gardeners by sharing my seedlings, dividing my plants and sharing my rooted hope.

Strengthen and grow a community of gardeners by sharing my seedlings, dividing my plants and sharing my rooted hope.
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    Hello! I'm Laura over at ColoradoBackyardGardener.Com. My website is a place where I share stories of hope so that we don't grow weary and lose heart. I use my garden and my kitchen as a way to invite you in. Come join me!

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