It was the first day of spring...

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It was the first day of spring... For some reason, it never fails to trigger my inner cosmologist. I'll try to explain...

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  1. Jonn Karsseboom Jonn Karsseboom

    Hi Kathy!
    You, me, together, we can create our version of a garden mecca. (Garden On!)

  2. Kathy Kathy

    I love your enthusiasm and teaching skills, but most of all I appreciate your generosity to the plant community!!

  3. Jonn Karsseboom Jonn Karsseboom

    Grapefruit, tomatoes and would you believe I also tried a blueberry (as the moon.). It didn’t work as well.

  4. Jonn Karsseboom Jonn Karsseboom

    Hi Debra!
    I suppose then, we are Even-Steven. (You just made my day!) Garden On!

  5. Jonn Karsseboom Jonn Karsseboom

    Hi Charlie!
    One hundred percent it’s the gardening... (with a mystery of the universe thrown in here and there) that keeps us both captivated. Looking forward to seeing you again!

  6. Jonn Karsseboom Jonn Karsseboom

    Thank you Joan!
    Considering that you possess the hidden “creative gene” that has been passed on to your children (and grandchildren) I’ll take your comment as the ultimate compliment. Hope all is well!

  7. Jonn Karsseboom Jonn Karsseboom

    Hi Leita!
    Oh the mysteries of our very own universe! (Including the mysteries in our own garden too.) It makes life interesting doesn’t it? (Hope all is well in your garden!)

  8. Charlie Gummer Charlie Gummer

    Nice job Great zoom lesson Where did you get your teaching certificate You held my attention and I understood what you said I always enjoy your videos. Loved the Pansy video last week

  9. Debra Haddad Debra Haddad

    Oh my gosh you are intoxicating! I absolutely enjoyed your presentation. Thank you for my happy day!

  10. Linda Linda

    Live your passion is back! I have to wonder why those buds don’t change their minds when there is as much wind as you were dealing with. I guess they can’t reverse and just show their toughness since we know plants are tough! I will never see tomatoes and grapefruits the same. Thanks for the science lesson. Enjoyed it! TBGR

  11. Leita Baker Leita Baker

    This was THE BEST explanation of Spring and Fall I've heard in ages. I didn't understand it either but now it's very clear. Will be by soon Thank you, Jonn.

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