Saturday, February 11, 2012

Hannah's Sunflower

Before the end of last year Hannah came home from daycare one day with a tiny sunflower seedling - all the children had potted up their own sunflower seeds, and had very carefully looked after and watered the seedlings until they were ready to go home with each child .

Well, several weeks later Hannah's sun flower is enormous, and boy does it need alot of water, sometimes two lots of watering a day!


She's so proud of her sunflower :)



And of course Miss Poppy wanted to say hi as well! (This is a regular pose for her)


Thanks to everyone who left a comment about my sampler problem - I'm still unsure as to what I might do but many thanks for your suggestions, especially Patty C :)

See you soon x

12 comments:

Susan said...

Wow - what an amazing sunflower; I can see that Hannah loves it.

Miss Poppy is cute :)

CJ in OK ;-) said...

How sweet she looks beside her sunflower, and it's twice as tall as she is, amazing. CJ in OK ;-)

Lynn said...

Wow, that's some sunflower! She must be very pleased with how it has turned out.

Cute pic of Miss Poppy! She has a gorgeous coat of fur.

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Kathy A. said...

What a gorgeous sunflower. Congratulations Hannah on being such a wonderful gardener!

Lesleyanne said...

A beautiful sunflower - just what I needed to see with all the snow we have here, a bit of sunshine. My boys have also done this when they were younger. Miss Poppy is a cutie.

Sarah said...

That sunflower is huge! No wonder it needs so much water, Hannah must be proud :)

Krista said...

What a beautiful sunflower! Miss Poppy is so cute!

Nancy said...

Hannah has taken very good care of that sunflower! It's so pretty!

Suzanne said...

How lovely, Well done Hannah! And Thank you for bringing a little sunshine into a cold dull British day!

Best Wishes

Suzanne

StitchCat said...

Love Poppy and I love Hannahs sunflower. I have noticed they have some wonderful specimens in the Wairarapa too...must be the climate :) I bet Hannah is just so proud!

Suzanne said...

Beautiful sunflower! My girls grew the miniature, mutli-headed variety and loved them so much. They both cried when they were finished.

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