A bag of potatoes in the kitchen sprouted, and my mother was going to throw it away, but I thought it was very interesting, and I was going to plant the sprouted potatoes in the flowerpot.
I recalled my grandfather's method of growing potatoes. First, I loosened the soil, then dug a hole, put the potatoes in the hole, covered the soil, exposed the potato buds to the ground, and finally watered some water, so the potatoes were planted.
I often water this pot of potatoes. A few days later, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the potato slowly grew into two small leaves. Potatoes grow up day by day. Because there is not much sunlight on the balcony, the stems of potatoes grow thin and long, and there is no green leaf. Mother said that such potatoes are not nutritious and can not grow into small potatoes. But I was not reconciled, so I still watered it as usual, hoping that she would grow small potatoes soon.
After more than a month, I found that the potato sprout was growing and yellowing. I thought it had withered, so I pulled out the potato at once, but unexpectedly a small potato was dug out. I was so surprised that I thought: more than one! I dug another one, which was a little bigger than before.
I happily ran to my mother with two small potatoes and shouted: "Mom, look, this is the fruit of my labor!" Mom is happy for me, too.
This is the first time I planted two small potatoes, and I am very proud.
Saturday, August 19, sunny
That morning, a big snail climbed onto my flower bed, so I went to observe the big snail with curiosity.
It has a big shell and seems to have a "house" on its back. Its body is soft, softer than a sponge. He has two eyes and two antennae on his head.
When I continued to observe, I found that the big snail had fallen asleep, so I picked up the snail. I thought to myself: How can I wake up the snail? I racked my brains and thought hard. Finally, it occurred to me that the science teacher said that if you put the snail into the water when it was sleeping, the snail would stick its head out and find something that could be three-dimensional and climb up to the water.
So I tried to put the snail into the water. Sure enough, the snail stuck its head out, and I took the snail out immediately, for fear that it would drown.
Suddenly, the snail ate my finger, as if to say to me: "My stomach is so hungry!" So I put the snail next to the vegetable leaves.
After a while, the snail pulled out some white beads. I thought: Why do snails pull out white beads? I immediately went to see "One Hundred Thousand Whys", which said that the snail pulling the bead was giving birth to a baby.
A few weeks later, the little snails were born, but at the same time, the big one died.
What a lovely snail!
Today, Miss Li assigned us a small task to write an observation diary.
First of all, I took out mung beans, paper towels, paper cups and other materials. First, I put the paper towels into the quilt, took the cup to fill some water, and then put the mung beans in to wait for them to stick their heads out, but after half an hour! The mung bean is still quiet; I'm angry! I thought, "How dare you ignore me!" Dad came up and said, "You are too anxious. Tomorrow it will stick its head out!"
The next day, when I came home from school, I ran to the balcony and found that the bean sprouts had grown. New leaves grow, some are green, some are purple, and there is a little space in the middle! Hiding in green clothes and refusing to come out, you are like a "shy little girl" growing up and getting old day by day!
Two days later, I found that one green bean had become taller, about five or six meters, and the others were only three or four centimeters. The difference was really big. The stem is very thin, and the hair is a little rough. There are also four or five mung beans bending and lowering their heads, as if they had been trained. The leaves are a little wrinkled, giving me a little fresh feeling, but they are so fragrant!
On the fifth day, the mung beans became taller, two or three centimeters higher than the day before, and the smell came. The leaves are green and seem to be fresh.
Ah! The plants in nature are amazing!