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Hey, Duckadile! Hello.
Oops! Hi, Ird.
It's a bright and sunny spring day in the garden.
Ortus and Ird are busy in the vegetable patch,
getting ready to plant some seeds.
Ortus is digging up stones to make the earth smooth.
Ird is pecking holes for the seeds,
and Wussywat is...
in the clearing. He's found something.
It's a seed packet, with cabbage seeds inside.
I'm going to catch it.
Look, Ird. I've dug up lots of stones.
I think I'll keep them for my rockery.
Aah, the earth is smooth now, all ready for planting.
Now, where did I put my, er, seeds?
Carrots, pumpkins, and, um...
Oh. But where are the, er...cabbage seeds?
Sure I had them earlier.
Ha-hey! It's a flappy flying packet!
Yes, it's so light, it keeps being picked up by the wind.
I'm going to catch it this time.
Careful there, Wussywat.
Who-o-o-o-oa! Who-o-o-oa! Ooh!
Ooh, Wussywat, you are a clumsy cat.
Look what you've gone and done. My holes aren't holes any more.
-I'll have to make new ones.
But you've found something of mine, Wussywat.
Look. My packet of seeds is under your tail.
Oh! Is it your seed packet, Ortus?
Oh, dear. Off it goes again.
Yes, it's so light that the wind keeps flying it.
Oh, I'll never get my seeds back now.
Can you help, Wussywat?
Yes, I'll get them for you, Ortus.
I can reach it if I just stand on these stones.
Wah! Who's throwing stones?
Look, I got them - Ortus's seeds!
Oh, he'll be so happy.
Oh, now look what you've done.
You've made a mess of all Ortus's stones.
-He was keeping them for his rockery.
Maybe we can collect all the stones in your bucket, Duckadile?
-What do you think?
Oh, yes, I'll help too. Come on, let's get busy!
Oh. The bucket's heavy now.
-I'll help, I'll help.
-And I'll have a ride.
-Ird, you're too heavy!
O-o-oh! How rude. Humph.
Look Ortus - your seeds.
We tidied up your stones, too, in Duckadile's bucket.
They are very heavy.
Good job, Wussywat. Now we can go and plant them.
And I'll make the holes again.
Why don't you help Ird, Wussywat?
Maybe you could sprinkle the seeds.
Good idea. I'll pat the earth down after, and Duckadile can water them.
Yippee! I love squirting!
Cawwots, bumpkins, and cabbagees.
There, finished, Ortus.
Oh, what shall I do with these?
Ah, those'll be very useful to remind me what we've planted
and where we've planted it.
-Ooh, you've done it no-o-o-ow!
Oh. Sorry, Ird. Are you OK?
Erk! Ow! I can't move! This really heavy stone is on my foot.
Don't worry. I'll rescue you.
I'm only little, you know. Almost as light as a packet of seeds, I am.
Oh, you just gave me an idea to stop the packets blowing away.
-Can I borrow some stones, Ortus?
-Er, of course you can.
Seed packets are light, and stones are heavy.
So...there. No blowing away. See?
Cawwots, bumpkins and cabbagees.
Oh, thank you, Wussywat. What a good idea.
Now I'll know which vegetables are planted where.
Well, I never, Wussywat.
You are a clever cat.