Well, my Kentucky Wonder beans have not only sprouted, but they’re threatening to take over my office. The tomato plants are huge, the potatoes are growing faster than I can mound the dirt up around them, and the sweet pea vines are beginning to twine around each other. Help! Spring needs to get here faster so I can get these babies outside!
I just hope I have things blooming by the time the bees are installed (four weeks to go...). I’d hate to have to feed them too much sugar water. Maybe I should start the bees out inside my house—I have plenty of plants in here so far.
Wouldn’t the cats love having all those flying buddies?
Q: What do you do when you cross a cat with a bee?
A: One very cross cat
BEEattitude for Day # 138:
Blessed are those who plant flowers, for we shall pollinate their gardens with gusto.
One thing Fran is grateful for right now:
The customers at Cowan’s Book Nook in Blue Ridge yesterday when I was there signing my books