This year, the pull is too strong to resist — all my extra time is going to be on my knees with my fingers in the dirt 🙂
Sounds so rewarding. May you find many earthworms. ooxx
Thanks — haven’t found any yet, but still hopeful…
Please post photos of your efforts!! I am fantasizing about starting my own (tiny) garden here in Boise!
Absolutely — It’ll take a few weeks for the seedlings to come up, but maybe, if we’re lucky, we should have a few tulips. The photo is of the apricot tree that is about to be robbed of its fruit by a big frost in two night 😦
Hi, thanks for sharing
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