…but maybe not this one. It appears she did too much partying over the weekend, and on Monday I found her face down in the spinach.
Her sisters stood over her laughing at how she couldn’t hold her booze.
Can’t wait to get rid of those pukey flowers so I can get back to digging!
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I HAVE THE TINY FALSE SUNFLOWERS. THEY ARE BUTTERFLY MAGNETS. I HAVE HAD 55 DIFFERENT SPECIES OF BUTTERFLY HERE!!
Wow, you have a veritable butterfly garden at your house! Did you get any Goldie Double Sunflowers this year?
Face down in the weeds again.
After every weekend. Tsk, tsk.
HAHAHAHA on the drunken sunflower! 😉
Or maybe she’s just keeping a close eye on the unruly spinach! 😉 😀
Did you ask her if she was feeling bouquet? Did you tell her to take stalk of her life? Maybe she’s gone to seed? 😉 😀 😛
Yes, Toby, I agree with you! 😉 Dig away! 😉
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Sunflowers are yellow
I bet you were expecting something romantic…nope…these are just gardening facts. 😛
Oh groan! So many flower jokes!
I thought you might ask if the flower had been hanging around seedy joints, and I’d have to say “Oil ask her”. She might be able to come up with a composite sketch of the one who slugged her as she cried “Leaf me alone!”. (Sunflowers are in the Composite family.)
HAHAHAHAHA!!! 😀 😛 VERY punny in a sunflowery way! 😉 😀
Perhaps it was hungry and would have stood tall after a…wait for it…light meal.
Sigh…I’ve missed your terrible puns, Max. 😆