A cheerful lavender cover shows a watering can spouting colorful flowers.
Our watering can holds a freshly picked 3D bouquet: a snapdragon, yellow tulips and a pansy.
Bring the fresh flowers inside, they’re beautiful!
- Life is a garden, dig in.
- Gardening is an exercise in optimism.
- Laziness is the habit of resting before you get tired.
- Grown with love.
- A weed is but an unloved flower.
- Gardeners know all the dirt.
- Weeds are flowers too once you get to know them.
- She breathes in dirt and exhales flowers.
- Trespassers will be composted.
- Gardening is cheaper than therapy, AND you get tomatoes.
- Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle shells, And pretty maids all in a row.
- I think of myself as the little girl Renoir painted with the watering can. I loved the garden colors. ~Alexandra Stoddard
- In the Spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt. ~Margaret Atwood
Also see: Red Tulips.
This is a stunning handmade popup card to give a Gardener, Homemaker, for a Birthday, Memories, Nature lovers. Give to a Graduate, Teacher, Growing Child, a Grandparent, Grandchild, Thank You note.
Watering cans were originally known as watering pots and in recent times the mother of all gardeners, Martha Stewart, referred to them as the watering-can shower; she uses them to wash off her feet after spending time in the garden.
Watering by hand may be old-fashioned, but it draws you closer to your garden. When you step close enough to a plant to water it with a can, you’re also close enough to inspect its health, inhale its aroma, feel its texture, and appreciate its beauty. Providing plants with personal watering attention quenches a certain thirst in the gardener as well.
A heart-warming card from a gardener or to give a gardener, for a birthday, for Spring, for memories, thank you, for Nature lovers. A thank you gift to a caretaker. Give to a graduate or a growing child, a grandmother, a grandchild.