In just three weeks, the 'Forest Garden' has changed so much! The rain and warm humid weather of course is a factor.
Here is the view from the west side of the rock formation three weeks ago.
If you want to take a tour of the garden, I did a video of it. It is 2.5 minutes long. I am NOT a videographer so just keep that in mind if you watch it. I did enjoy trying to piece something together to sort of get an idea visually of what it is like on this rock outcropping.
This rock outcrop is rich in dirt, however it is on top of a rock. So I had to get creative with planting some seeds. I filled a hollow log with dirt I dug up and used the log as a planter.
This spot is smack dab in the middle of the forest pasture so there is an electric fence surrounding it. Will the deer invade and eat all of it? Gosh, they might come fall. Right now there is plenty of browsing for them in the rest of the woods.
So I can be in my cool shaded forest garden and enjoy my critters at the same time!
This may explain also why my mules don't wear fly sheets and fly masks. They are constantly walking through thick brush and branches.
Just for fun.
Do you see this grumpy guy?
And that is it... for today.
Charlie and I plan on going exploring today. We like rainy days.