A Garden Song (With Apologies to LMFAO)

John and I planted baby garden plants tonight.

Here are some “before” pictures. These pictures are only cool because most of these areas used to be completely overrun with ferns, little trees, rocks, and other things that do not make baby veggies happy.

Good thing I like to dig.

(That sage plant lived through the winter! And now it has a small trunk. Sage, anyone?)

Pea trellis! And baby peas starting to poke out of the soil!

All this gardening inspired a song — it shall be fondly called My Garden’s Sexy and I Know It. Perhaps you’ve heard the more popular LMFAO version. Here’s my (slightly altered) chorus:

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When I walk in the plot (yeah). This is what I see (ok). A big bunch of dirt and a sugar snap pea.

I got a passion in my plants and I ain’t afraid to grow it, grow it, grow it.

My garden’s sexy and I know it.

Girl, look at my kohlrabi — I hate drought!

Girl, look at my kohlrabi — I hate drought!

[sprinkle sprinkle sprinkle sprinkle sprinkle! sprinkle sprinkle sprinkle sprinkle sprinkle!]

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One Response to A Garden Song (With Apologies to LMFAO)

  1. Meredith says:

    I just want you to know, this song has been in my head for the past 3 hours. (Sadly, the original lyrics seem to be the ones that are sticking, but I’m sure yours will catch on in my brain eventually).

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