It was a beautiful morning, which started out chilly, so we started in the greenhouse, and this is what I found.
Did you find him?
Here are closer photos. He really is tiny, only about 1 1/2″ long
Do you think he is responsible for these holes and tunnels under the beds?
Wednesday, I purchased some starter plants and planted today (Purchased because I didn’t start soon enough and wanted some greens to eat)
Here you see this side nearly all planted. The celery is from last year when we cut off the celery, but left the root. The new plants are at the end of the celery row.
These plants in the center are hold overs from last year as well. Is it possible to kill Swiss chard? This plant produced all winter long and the chickens have enjoyed a lot of it. I was thinking of just pulling the rest out, but I may transplant it to near their yard so they can continue to munch on it. They may actually overeat it and it will give up.
This is mostly an overall view of the greenhouse with most of the kale to my left and the celery and new plants are what you see to the right.
And the kale is still going strong, though I will start new plants this year.
This is one of the mystery plants, but I am now thinking it is a type of parsley.
Here is the other mystery plant. I believe it to be some type of herb. I’m showing it with the leaves where it is starting to flower as well.