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World Naked Gardening Day, Saturday May 6

May 1, 2017

It is that time of year again!  The 13th annual World Naked Gardening Day is this Saturday (always celebrated on the first Saturday of May).

To kick off my all day celebration I am joining my friend Walter Reeves (The Georgia Gardener) on his Atlanta radio show from 7 to 9 am.  Celebrating this special day on the radio is somewhat easier and less risky than it would be on TV!  Click here to check out all the great gardening information on Walter’s website and click here to find the WSB radio site where you can listen live.

 

Just saying the word “naked”, reminds me of Lewis Grizzard’s humor.  Lewis said:  “Depending on how you pronounce certain words here in the South their meaning can change.  For instance if you are “naked”, you have taken all your clothes off.  If you are “nekkid”, you have taken all your clothes off and you are up to something!”

If you are more interested in keeping your clothes on, while getting answers to your lawn and garden questions, click here to see how to get help from the Scotts Help Center anytime, not just this Saturday.

Feeding with Scotts Natural Lawn Food is a great choice for World Naked Gardening Day… (Or any day for that matter!) By the way, Rita was totally naked under her clothes when she took this picture.  (Click photo to enlarge)

 

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Walter Reeves adding to his compost pile on World Naked Gardening Day.

 

 

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2 Comments
  1. Mike Neubauer permalink

    Don’t forget the sunscreen. It’s melanoma awareness month.

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