Cartoons: Gardening Gaffes

Get out the spade and gardening gloves — it’s time to get down and dirty with our best gardening cartoons!

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Gardening can be hot, dirty, backbreaking, and…funny?

 “Let’s plant it right here!” from July/August 2001

“Let’s plant it right here!”
July/August 2001

 

 “I know you’re out here, dear. I heard you using your new rototiller.” from May/June 2000

“I know you’re out here, dear.
I heard you using your new rototiller.”
May/June 2000

 

“He’s doing better this season. Last year his back gave out before his enthusiasm.” from July/August 1998

“He’s doing better this season.
Last year his back gave out before his enthusiasm.”
July/August 1998

 

“When these things grow up, we’re in real trouble.” from March/April 1994

“When these things grow up, we’re in real trouble.”
March/April 1994

 

 “I really look forward to Monday morning--it gets me back to work!” from May/June 1999

“I really look forward to Monday morning—it gets me back to work!”
May/June 1999

 

“Isn't that where you spilled the fertilizer?” from May/June 2004

“Isn’t that where you spilled the fertilizer?”
May/June 2004

 

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