Wow, a lot happened since I last wrote!
I started the clean the garden up for winter by taking the dead tomato and cucumber plants out of the beds and pruning the currants. Three of our currant bushes are at least 10 years old (probably older!) and have not been taken care of for the last two years. So it was high time for pruning.
Also, the indoor garden was planted. We have a plant table in the living room in front of an East facing window. The table is currently occupied by lots of tobacco plants (no, I don’t smoke), an Indigo plant and a plant which has a pretty flower, but I don’t know the name. Maybe I’ll post a picture some time.The tobacco plants were pretty small when I took them inside – the tallest ones were maybe 10 cm. Now the tallest ones are around 25 cm and flowering!
So, the windowsill garden. It’s on a table in front of a South facing window, but also gets plenty of light from an East facing window. Nevertheless, I might have to install a plant light as the plantlings are getting a spindly and stretch towards the window.
Here are some pictures:
Part of our indoor garden with lettuce seeds
The lettuce is sprouting!
"No, I didn't sit in your little garden bed", says the cat. I don't believe her....
Wow, chickadee invasion! Good thing I'm inside!
And a chick-chick here, and a chick-chick there, chickadees chickadees everywhere!
And another chickadee
Chickachicks even pecking away at our wall
The chickadees stayed one afternoon, pecking at everything in sight. Our big cat decided
to stay inside until they were gone.
That same afternoon we went for a goat walk:
Some people have goaties in their faces, some have them on a leash
We saw interesting tracks. Nadine guesses that this here was a badger. Any other ideas?
Ok, this is an easy one! Who made the track?
And a close-up
There also was pretty foliage
Think pink! ...or tinder
Since those events we had visitors, went to our little boy’s first concert (Geoff Berner played Khlezmer music), baked a lot of bread (which tastes way better than commercial bread!), harvested lots of apples (and dried some of them) and and and… More next time!