I don’t subscribe to many things online because I hate spam– but I do make exceptions. For Cool Mom Picks newsletters, for example. And now, for the free Plant of the Day email by Your Garden Show.
See, I have a black thumb and a very green brain. But I love the fun plant facts from former Better Homes and Gardens Garden Editor Mark Kane that now arrive in my inbox, and I’d imagine a lot of parents, educators and general horticulture fans will love it too.
I signed up for Plant of the Day
myself, just to make sure it wasn’t obnoxious. And now I look forward
to it, because they choose genuinely interesting tidbits to pass on.
There’s also a link in every email to a blog posts containing planting
information, fun facts, videos, and links on that day’s chosen plant. My kids are too young to appreciate this info, but I can see elementary
school kids getting a kick out of plant emails that are easy-to-read and
I can’t grow my own veggies, and I probably don’t eat enough
of them, but I now have a goal: To become the Trivial Pursuit expert for
Subscribe to the Plant of the Day emails from the Your Garden Show blog.