When a gardener plays cards…
She likes to use this deck of cards which features a different wildflower on every card.
That way, everyone can learn about wildflowers while they play. Hey, is four aces a good hand?
Later, she switches to these cards with different trees on all of them.
This doesn’t look like a very good hand but maybe the numbers have some other meaning?
When she plays with these cards featuring seed packets on the backs of the cards…
she is reminded that she hasn’t ordered her seeds yet and January is almost half over. She tries not to panic and puts on her best poker face and acts real cool and nonchalant when anyone asks her if she has purchased her seeds yet.
But instead of ordering seeds, she spends time searching online to find card games with a garden theme and finds games named Frog, Tractor, and Dig a Hole, which are sort of garden-y but not really.
Then she looks at the cards in her hand and thinks about how the spades are for digging, the clubs look like clover leaves, the hearts remind her that she loves gardening, and the diamonds would only be useful if she could sell them off to buy more plants.
Finally, when a gardener plays cards, she also remembers that the same advice that applies to playing poker, also applies to gardening.