organic realness. love it.
Katya,This is really beautiful! You are growing them in egg-shells, how did you do that?blessings,Lady M
I followed a link at "Holy Experience" to a webpage with the idea (http://www.marthastewart.com/good-things/eggshell-flowerpots?backto=true). Basically, I just tapped around the top of the egg with the side of a spoon where I wanted the top to come off. It broke off there pretty neatly, but these were fresh eggs which might make a difference. The insides got poured into a bowl to be made into an omelet at supper time, and I rinsed the shells out. I spooned some dirt in, planted my gourd seeds, patted a piece of moss on top and watered it. :) It's a cheery sort of nest to have in my window!
You have such a green thumb. I think mine is black. :D
wow! beautiful! Do you transplant them out of the shells or do they compost into the bigger soil like peat pots??
What a pretty way to start seeds!
The instructions at the M.S. website say to remove the shells...I really don't know if you have to or not. :)
How very interesting. :)
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