Plants can have the most outrageous personalities. Growing in unusual places in the most uncommon form can make a plant wild and wacky. In this post we connect on GardenChat sharing Wild and Wacky Plant.
GardenChat Twitter Event
The wild and wacky fun begins on Twitter this Monday.
- Question 1 : What is the most wild and wacky plant you’ve ever seen? #gardenchat
- Question 2: What location have you seen plants growing that was very wild and wacky? #gardenchat
- Question 3: IS there a wild and wacky color on a plants? #gardenchat
- Question 4: Where do you find online wild and wacky plants? ( is there a group or magazine?) #gardenchat
- Question 5: Would you be willing to grow something unusual? #gardenchat
- Question 6: What is the most wild and wacky vegetable plant you’ve ever seen? #gardenchat
- Question 7: Would you travel the world to see different plants that maybe wild and wacky? #gardenchat
- Question 8: What is the most unusual herb you’ve ever seen growing? #gardenchat
- Question 9: How do you care for a wild and wacky plant you adore? #gardenchat
- Question 10: Would you or have you shared a blog post or social share featuring a wild and wacky plant? Share the link with us! #gardenchat
Be sure to add #gardenchat to each reply to be included in the Twitter GardenChat event.
Let’s Get Social
Connect by sharing on Twitter about wild and wacky plants by clicking below.
[Tweet “The most wild and wacky plants on GardenChat #gardenchat “]
Facebook fun begins now…. get click over and join the conversation on Facebook.
I’d like to hear about your weirdest plants so be sure to comment on this post.
Happy Wild and Wacky Plants Day,