Friday Funnies: Gardening gags

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During isolation many of us turned to gardening to keep us entertained. Whether you’ve got a garden full of trees or tend to potted houseplants, these gardening gags deliver the goods.

Someone has been adding soil to my garden.
The plot thickens.


What do you call an everyday potato?
A commen-tator.


Why shouldn’t you tell a secret on a farm?
Because the potatoes have eyes and the corn has ears!


Why is the mushroom always invited to parties?
Because he’s a fungi!


What has no fingers, but many rings?
A tree.


What kind of tree can fit into your hand?
A palm tree.


What did the grape say when it was crushed?
Nothing, but it let out a little wine.


Why do trees have so many friends?
They branch out.


When does a farmer dance? When he drops the beet.


What did the watermelon say to the cantaloupe?
You’re one in a melon.


What did one plant say to another?
What’s tomata?


How do trees get online?
They just log in.


Why was the gardener so embarrassed?
He wet his plants.


Where do flowers recharge?
At a power plant!


What do you call a cheerleading herb?
An encourage mint!


How did the gardener know his herbs were fully grown?
It was just about thyme!

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Written by Liv Gardiner


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