"Kinda meh" is what you get from pansies pummeled by snow all winter, but I digress.
Time and again her connection to gardening showed up ("Can I go plant these seeds I found in the garage?"). So we visited a neighbor to get a lesson in composting. We thought about how we could compost at our home, and we decided on worms.
|Worm food! And a worm! See it?|
|Worms snug as a bug in the garage. No odor, so it goes in the house in winter. No one wants frozen worms.|
All that wormy compost goodness needs somewhere to go, right? So we pulled out the old potato grow bags and planted some stuff. Terza and Second picked some seeds from my old and not-properly-cared-for collection and decided on corn, sunflowers, and some other vegetable. (As Seconda said the other day, "We should have used one of those little sticks to mark the plants.")
|Grow bags with corn, sunflowers, and something else - I don't remember what.|
|A germinated something|
|This is the what happened to the seeds Terza found in the garage.|