This made me smile. Short and sweet.
I wonder the same thing...
Ha. We actually have a yard full of thyme. It is quite beautiful when flowering but dangerous for bees! k.
Good question. I am just hoping I can grow basil again this year...don't know what to do with thyme. (Smiles)
time sadly slips on beyond our reach...if only, you know...smiles.
I got a nice little chuckle from this one. maybe it just needs a bit more time...
Won't the wise man be able to tell you? Or Basil himself? Two out of three is not bad. And you can at least make pesto.
Psssst. Big Snoop says, "grow melons!"
Short and divine MZ ~ Have a lovely day ~
This made me smile!
I felt like reading good poetry today so I slipped in here and fell into your wise words...I do love poetry Mama and feel it has meaning more than glossy magazine text....I will come back and keep reading your back pages. It is a soft place to fall here.
... this one struck every one of my fancies!!!!
clever and fun. i hope you are very well.
I'd be happy just to grow my sage. Loved this.
Ha. This made me smile. I wish I could grow time too.
Ahhhh Summer. I loved this. It will just take some time :)
perhaps your thumb is not so greenor the garden not quite turnedI suggest you keep plantingand see what you have earnedThanks Mama ZPeace
Thyme grow like weed in my garden.. maybe your soil is just to good - smilesthyme grows best neglected :-) I always fail with peonies though.
LOL totally delicious!!!
Excellent word play--if you ever figure out how to grow thyme/time, let me know!
love that little play on time. So much in so few words.
There is always something that finds our gardens obnoxious, Mama Zen. :)Loved this!
Thyme has been good to me this year, though not so the tarragon. Your post, however, if filled with the right spice.
That's the right question. I actually grow basil and thyme inside, and the rest outside, but--compared to what you do--I have lots of time.
Very good question! Fun poem.
love it when you learn how to grow thyme please let me know as I would like to grow some as well..precious..
Spoken through the voice of a true sage. This is beautiful, lulling, and seductive. Also sad and longing for time and opportunity to refill your soil with different plants, perhaps. I was on the same page as Shay; I read the title to mean something suggestive at first. So melons would be apropos. :)
This had me chuckling out loud. The answer to your problem is that the soil is too rich; thyme grows best on poor and thin soils.
At least you don't have too much thyme on your hands...
It is a wonder, isn't it. Perhaps you've not given it enough time.It's a jaunty piece and a cool write.Cheers!
Just garnish your life with parsley and drink the elderberry wine. Thyme will take care of itself. Clever rhyme MZ
lol - gardening woes at their best:)
thank you for the smile.i'm happy you and your family were safe during the recent tornado!♥
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