The little sproutlins are popping up all over the house. We're a museum of Styrofoam and plastic. Not the best things to have around but when you're using them for seedlings over and over again, then I guess it's alright.
The nasturtiums came up inside but outside they seem to be hiding along with the breadseed poppies. The cold crops having survived three freeze scares after a whole lot of straw, leaves, sheets, and whatever else we could find were put on top and around all the wee plants. The tulips are looking good, transplanted bulbs are doing well.
Marina has built a bamboo gate, a waddle fence, and a rain chain for the rain barrel, which is full after a huge storm.
I think that some pictures are in order. Farm cat Topher thinks so too.