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If Rhubarb could talk

Introducing Sillypic’s new cartoon strip called, If Plants Could Talk. Here’s the first week of cartoon strips for you. This one’s a quick, silly gag from a rhubarb plant … I’ve really enjoyed making these, I hope you like them as much as The Wrigglers.

This is a If plants could talk cartoon. The cartoon shows a rhubarb plant It says "Forget what I just said, I'm talking rhubarb"

Follow our blog to get more daily gardening cartoons, ideas, daily tasks and tips of what you can do now in your #garden – If plants could talk will be featuring regularly alongside The Wrigglers.

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Buy the prints

If plants could talk is also available to buy as digital poster downloads – or as prints. We will be adding to the prints over the next few months so. if you like what you see, follow us to get updates.

You can buy them here on

in our Sillypics Sillyshop

or on Etsy

The Wrigglers

Wriggler cartoons are posted to the silly blog, here’s the link

From window sills to country estates, worms are in your soil. They can pop up in any #garden, #pot or #compost bin. They give a healthy mix of sound gardening advice, and laughs – all based on what’s happening in your garden or down the allotments right now.

The wrigglers have their ear to the ground. Nothing gets past these worms, whether it’s seasonal shenanigans, or real gardening tips and advice, they have fun telling you about it.

Follow these mischievous critters on the SillyBlog

More from the worms

Year-round garden pruning guide

Great advice and full of quick and simple tips too, for example … don’t cut into tender plants or evergreens right now as their top growth provides insulation from penetrating cold.

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