Here's another. I found this at the Website of the Dowling Community Garden, which began in 1943 as a victory garden in Minneapolis, Minnesota:This jingle from a 1942 radio show "Farm and Home Hour" sums up the spirit of the day:
Get out and dig dig dig in the sunshine
You can make one garden grow
Every seed you buy will gladly multiply
Til we've overcome our foe.
Get out and work work work for the nation
We can keep our country free
Help the rain above feed the ones we love
Dig our way to victory.
Planting corn – every day.
Planting beans – come what may
Turn the sod – trust in God
And the earth will show the way.
Get out and dig dig in the sunshine
Every heart will feel a glow –
As we turn the tide we'll be glad we tried
To make ten million gardens grow.
Another slogan (which even present day gardeners should heed): "Let there be no slackers on the home front – the Victory Garden front."