Sing along now.....
I put a little of the good dirt in the bottom, made the transfer of the "chosen one" to it's new home, then filled in around and on top of it.
I saw this little Tomato kit at the Dollar store and was intrigued. Can you grow a healthy tomato plant with their supplied dirt, container, and seeds for $1.00? Four quarters later I was determined to find out. A compressed dirt pellet, small pack of Beafsteak seeds, and a small pot. First, after you add the water to expand the pellet, you end up with twice as much dirt as you need. They give you about 20 seeds in the pack. So far exceeding my expectations. I got it all planted up so now we'll see if it lives up to it's claim. Hey, for $1.00 you can get a viable, healthy tomato plant, why not. I still have seeds left over so if these sprout good, I'll plant the remaining. Free seeds at that point.
The WOF came outside with me to spend quality time. When I started rustling the dirt bag her first though was "food." So I had to open it and let her take a peak inside to make sure it wasn't for her.
Well the excitement of food was apparently too much for her so she decided to spend time with Mr. Sunshine. Man she's spoiled.
Off to tear out the beds and 'gasp!', mow. Shoot, got to get grass seed too. And a shovel. Wheel barrow. Power washer. Motorcycle. Blower. Mulch.
Seeing if you were paying attention. Enjoy the day :)