by Adelina April 27, 2011October 31, 2015 Wordless Wednesday: What’s in the Garden revealed Uncategorized We may earn money from the companies or products mentioned in this post. mini purple hyacinths a pretty pink flower (girls picked at it before it bloomed though) and my new vegetable garden – lettuce, asparagus, potatoes, peas and eventually tomatos Post navigation « Big Moving Event: TherapyBearz ReviewSaturday Social! » Related Posts Teaching Kids to Follow their Dreams with VTech Flipsies + Win a Flipsies Clementine Birthday Party and Bakery Set Weekend Bites #56 Soups Currently In October 5 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: What’s in the Garden revealed” Oh NO! we have those really annoying grape thingies, too! And I talked to a horticulture agent with USU extension and they are really hard to get rid of, because they are bulbs that make baby bulbs really quickly. We have them sporadically through our whole front yard and back yard. The horticulture agent said, "think CONTROL not total eradication, because you're not going to get rid of those easily." We have some growing that aren't even in the dirt–their bulbs are totally exposed! Good luck controlling them…we're not having a very fun time… 🙂 Reply Melanie, yeah my mom said basically the same thing. I was thinking of letting them grow this year, but they've already spread to the lawn. I think they're going to have to go, and quick! Reply I want a garden SOOOOOO bad! It is just so hard in AZ. Especially with a landscaping dog : / Thats right…my lab likes to landscape! And not in a good way. Reply I knew it! It is a bulb flower. You need to wait until it dies back then you can dig it up and move it, remember to divide it and you will have two of them next year. Reply I'm stopping by from GiveAway Corner. Isn't it nice to see things blooming? I'm just now getting my tulips and Daffodils! I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Don't subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Enter your name and email and get the weekly newsletter... it's FREE!Wait don't leave yet! Loved what you read? Subscribe to Home Maid Simple and never miss a post!Your information will *never* be shared or sold to a 3rd party.