What a wonderful ideal I am so done with winter. This maybe just what I need to get rid of my winter blues some morning glory.
Oh, what an inspiring beautiful idea! They have always been one of my most favorite blooms…but I have NEVER thought of incorporating them into the classroom! Thanks!! Happy early spring to you:) Heaven knows we all need it!
Wow! I'm so happy to have found your blog. I'm now your follower on your blog as well as social media sites.....I promise I'm not a stalker........just love finding new kindergarten blogs! I look forward to reading all your great ideas :)Stephanie AnnSparkling in Kindergarten
This post made my heart sing! I LOVE morning glories and plant them at home to go up my mailbox post! This is an adorable idea and I can't wait to do it with my kiddos! Wonderful!!!!
Oh - these look so cool! I am going to have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing! Maria
My "no fail" flower has always been zinnias! I am going to have to try morning glories! Thanks for sharing!
What a fun idea - I love morning glories, but they became somewhat of a weed in my yard when I planted them. Sounds like a window box at school would work better. Thanks for sharing this "brighten up your room " idea!Sara
Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful idea! Lisa
I don't have a very green thumb. Could you do this at any time of the year since they are kept inside?
You know, I think you probably could! I started them in February last year so they would be ready at the end of March for Open House, and they did great! I think the only tricky thing would be finding the seeds, but it's warm enough inside so I bet they would do fine! Let me know! :) Thanks for writing!:) Carolyn
Thanks! I think I'll give it a try. I'll let you know how I make out. I LOVE this idea ;)