I’ve had this panel I got at a second hand store for a decade now. I really love it and have been thinking of ways to turn it into “something”. One thought I had was a canning jar herb garden but I don’t have enough sun exposure in my house for an herb garden.
It was raining all day yesterday. Just none stop rain. One of those days where you wake up & it’s raining & you go to bed & it’s raining. Sometimes rainy days are pretty awesome. Like when your an adult & just need a break… But when your a kid those long rainy days cause feel like a bore. Like this young Mourning dove chick. He was not having it. He had some severe cabin fever at one point. It was also the first time he really showed off his wings!
A couple weeks ago I noticed that a morning dove couple was creating a nest in one of my balcony planters & had laid eggs! I decided to get a cheap web cam to watch the family & record their growth.Continue reading
When I came home from class tonight I had a package waiting for me on my doorstep. Luckily no Porch Pirates tried to swipe my package or they would have been very grossed out and very disappointed!
Check out my 2nd YouTube video below for more of my urban garden shenanigans:
The got the worms from a small farmer called WWJD Worms via Amazon. They all came healthy, happy, and ready to party (there are about 1k Red Wigglers in 1 pound so I believe saying “all” is appropriate)! Red Wigglers are excellent at breaking down decaying organic material and their poop or “casings” (in adult speak) are excellent fertilizers for your garden. They do need “food” to eat so if you are not putting them in a compost pile, ensure that they have enough old plants, leaf litter, and maybe sprinkle some compost around for them to enjoy. Red Wigglers are surprisingly expensive but the small company I bought them from was the most affordable option, offered free shipping, and – as you can see from the video – they all came hungry. I highly suggest them!
Every morning while drinking my coffee I like to gaze out into my garden & watch the city birds. I never thought that I would enjoy bird watching but I’ve always liked to listen to their chirps so watching them was a natural progression.