When you read this special GreenPrints Collection Gardening Mishaps: Funny stories about mistakes in the garden, you get some pretty amusing stories that will have you smiling, laughing, and “feeling the pain” of these gardening mistakes. Start reading—and laughing—right now!
We’ve all made mistakes in the garden at some point—but have you ever shared your mistakes in a very public way?
When you read the special GreenPrints Collection Gardening Mishaps: Funny stories about mistakes in the garden today, you get the best—and funniest—real-life stories about mistakes in the garden.
Gardening mishaps—as long as no one is hurt—can be funny and educational. You know, the old adage about learning from someone else’s mistakes.
At the very least, you’ll sympathize with these gardening mistakes—whether you’ve made them yourself or know someone who has.
But the real treasure about Gardening Mishaps: Funny stories about mistakes in the garden is that these gardeners have chosen to share their mistakes with you (and all our readers) by writing them down.
I’m not sure I could do that without suffering huge embarrassment!
In fact, many of the gardening mishap stories in this Collection Gardening Mishaps: Funny stories about mistakes in the garden appeared in our special “Broken Trowel” section of GreenPrints Magazine.
You see, getting anyone to share or admit to gardening mistakes can be a tough job—but our “Broken Trowel” section solicits these types of stories with the reward of a free one-year subscription and a free CD of gardening stories and songs, if your story is good enough to get published.
Now, you get to enjoy the laughter that comes with reading all these stories!
Including our featured story—“Ain’t Gonna Mow no Mower!”—you get all the stories in this special GreenPrints Collection on gardening mistakes, including:
- “I Murdered My Peas!”
- “Rabbits Don’t Like Marigolds”
- “Where Are the Beets?”
- “Very Well-Manured Strawberries”
- “Blooper, Blooper”
- “Catnip Calamity”
- “A Nice Day To Plant—Then Till”
- “Holey Hoses”
- “Did It Myself!”
- “Susan’s Garden Misadventures”
- “How I Committed Hostacide”
- “If a Plant is Growing Well …”
- “Not a Plant Person”
- “The Dumbest Thing I Ever Did”
- “Third Time? Not the Charm.”
- “Ain’t Gonna Mow no Mower!”
- “My Okra Onslaught”
We hope you enjoy this collection of stories that prove gardens are a place not just for flowers and vegetables, but also a place of mishaps, laughter, and amusement.
About GreenPrints: As part of Mequoda Publishing Network, GreenPrints brings joy, humor, inspiration, projects, artwork, and advice from our community of gardening writers, humorists, and illustrators to members and subscribers all over the world. Our stories, artwork, and kits touch hearts, lift spirits, and provide hours of entertainment about all things gardening. Our interactive projects help readers build their communities, beautify their homes, and be more successful gardeners and happier human beings. More than 250,000 gardening enthusiasts share the joy, laughter, and camaraderie that can only be found with GreenPrints.
About Mequoda Publishing Network: Mequoda provides actionable ideas, inspiration, and advice for gardeners, cooks, and crafting enthusiasts—with the goal of improving their lives and increasing personal enrichment and enjoyment. We operate five multiplatform consumer brands, including six magazines, 28 email newsletters, and more than 100 digital books. We partner with dozens of sponsors to help them market their products to our audiences. For nearly two decades, Mequoda has explored and expanded the evolving art and science of multiplatform publishing and marketing. With in-depth research, aggressive testing, and cutting-edge strategy, Mequoda has developed a reputation as an industry leader for building and operating multiplatform communities that serve, engage, and delight consumers, sponsors, partners, and affiliates.
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