These were the last seeds I put in the ground. This happened on Friday, May 23. The back of the packet has directions, but I wish it had a box for light. Instead I have to search through the directions to see which sort of sunlight the seeds prefer.
All the seeds are in the ground now, and none too soon!
Last night, I used the Furminator on Taylor. You see, I took her to the vet on Wednesday to get a snippet of a stitch that was sticking out of her belly clipped off. OK, I was really there to say so-long to my vet, who is having her second child and leaving the practice she’s done business at for 8 years, and her husband and she are moving back to Lansing, Michigan. That didn’t really matter to Taylor, though, because she is inherently uncomfortable about being around vets. I am too, but only because I come out of there usually so much poorer!
When I went to work on Wednesday morning, I found Taylors fuzz all over the seat covers. That’s why the Furminator came out last night. And I’d heard that dog hair keeps varmints away, so I threw it on the place I’d planted the corn.
This afternoon I took some pictures, and upon close inspection, I found some sprouts already! Yeehaw! I think they are squash.