It is posted for sale on my web site and will soon be available through ICG's Everything Cross Stitch and Creative Poppy.
This year we've filled the huglebeds Terry made in the garden last fall and this far into July they've been as fruitful as we hoped they might be. Here are a few pics of our raised beds and huglebeds in what can only be called 'Combat Gardening' style. What is combat gardening? It is putting LOTS of plants everywhere and then letting them fight it out! lol
Like this -
|Borage & Nasturtiums battling it out!|
|Two huglebeds planted with corn, beans, squash and Lots More!|
|My dear Terry, the one who does all the work!|
|Brussel Sprouts & Fennel and I think the Sprouts are winning!|
Until, a few weeks ago when we saw chipmunks disappearing under the truck and we know that chipmunks/mice, etc., can do expensive damage to a vehicle. So we knew it was time to look for a new generation of hunters and were so happy to find another couple of Tuxedo's who are also brother and sister.
Meet Nan & Bert (I'll send some Gracewood calendula salve to the first poster who knows the literary source of those names :) - at 8 weeks they are still inside till they are big enough to head outside. They were very quiet the first days, she had an eye infection and he was extremely shy, thankfully, now they are all well and are having a ball playing with each other and learning how to hunt. Definitely a couple of rascals!
|Bert is on the left and Nan has the black nose|