Thursday, April 21, 2011

One corner of the universe squared away

I finally - finally - finished weeding the island bed today and planted the astilbe in the shade between the two areas of hostas I planted earlier. A fitting activity for Earth Day, I thought. Since I pulled up every single weed by hand and carted them off to the chickens, it should be relatively easy to keep it weeded now. On to other shaggy-looking planting beds!

This morning when I turned the ewes and lambs out, two-year-old Bramble sproinged and raced around the pasture with the little lambies. I grabbed my camera and shot some video footage, but apparently deleted it instead of saving it on my computer. You'll have to take my word for it; it was a hoot!

That's it for today from . . .

4 comments:

Marie said...

Your island bed looks great! I love it when a bed is freshly weeded.

Laura said...

It's always funny to watch the younger ewes capering about like lambs! It seemed that the ones in my flock I called the "Valley Girls" were more likely to indulge in that behavior.

Too bad you deleted it - it would have been a hoot!

seashells said...

Weeding
Is like housecleaning
never truly over
But at least
weeding is outside

Leigh said...

The island bed looks great! True, weeding is ongoing, but there is something enormously satisfying about a bed with no weeds!