We planted Magic Seeds with Wren last Easter and she talked about the suckers growing from the ground all year. We borrowed this tradition from my sister-in-law’s family and it’s a huge hit. Simple and as it turns out, effective for boosting a spring lawn too! Give the kiddo a small bag of grass seed, aka Magic Seeds, and let her go at it. She flung Magic Seeds all over the lawn, but I mostly directed her to the bare areas. Last year our lawn really saw a difference and she loved the process; talk about instant gratification gardening… Needless to say, she was thrilled to do it again this year. It was a gorgeous Easter morning with a fresh blanket of dew, amidst bunches of sprouted suckers. Spring has sprung indeed!
A thrilled little birdie also used the suckers for clown make-up. Lovely…
How was your Easter, lovelies?
I remembered you doing this last year and thought it was a great idea. We did a flower pot inside with magic Easter seeds and dum dum suckers. Kai loved it and it made for a cute Easter decoration.
What a great idea! And a much more reasonable amount of suckers…..!
So cute! I love that idea! My 15 y.o. son’s name is Renn. He always gets asked if it is spelled Wren.
Renn, love it! Does everybody say, “So, was Footloose your favorite movie?”
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