Today, the peanut plant was replanted into it's own pot and now we can try to grow peanuts on the bee farm.
|Peanut plant buried several years ago by squirrels|
The other major project that has taken so much time this weekend is the Honey Bee Garden. It quickly gets overgrown and is difficult to maintain because I'm often not sure what is weed and what may be flowers coming up from seed. Many hours were spent weeding and planting some daffodils and other flowers I purchased. The goal is to spruce up the Bee Garden and make it a memorial in memory of our son Paul. When I mentioned it to our other son, he thought it was a good idea and added "maybe we should throw a half dozen empty mountain dew cans in the garden for realism which was funny with our brand of humor .... and I'm pretty sure Paul thought it funny also.
|Honey Bee Garden a work in progress|