|Ursilla with Paisley hiding behind her.|
|Paisley with Ursilla hiding this time.|
They are hanging around inside the run, once they get a good feel for where home is they will get a chance to free range a bit.
Scroll through the pictures, I'll move on to gardening below.
|Back yard garden|
|Front yard garden|
All this is why I started the front yard garden, which I created by layering organic materials on top of cardboard, as you can see the squash and the pumpkins like it, the watermelons were planted later and are a bit slow to get moving.
The two pepper plants placed in the flower bed are doing great, they get full sun and my husband squirts them with the hose every time he waters his carnivorous plants. They were supposed to be the two jalapenos, but I somehow got the plants mixed and it appears that one is cubanelle. This means that one of the ones in the back yard is jalapeno and I may have a bunch of peppers that appear to be sweet frying peppers that may be "Muy Pica!" due to cross pollination. Oops!
This Italian squash is almost 10 inches long. I swear it wasn't there yesterday!