The little quail pen. It’s easy to move so that they can dig in a fresh place from time to time.
An inside shot of the quail: the darker one is the female. Raising them has been fun and I can’t wait to try hatching their eggs (which, by the way, make delicious tiny omelets).
The upgraded chicken coop: now on a raised netting-covered platform. Most of the poop falls right through the netting, which reduces the mess and smell.
Clockwise: sage, mint, rosemary, lemon balm.
Tomato seedlings are in the ground.
Two of my favorite repotted geraniums. They are incredibly easy to propagate: just cut a piece, stick it in moist potting soil, and it will soon sprout roots. I’ve been making little plants to give to neighbors this way.
As you can see, we’ve been busy and enjoying the nice weather. I hope everyone is doing well and keeping safe.