Tony and I got the back border on the tulip garden in place. When we moved in there was a wooden fence along the back edge there, but after several years it started to fall over, so we pulled it out. The pieces have been sitting beside the garage for several years now. We were clearing the space out for the big garden and Tony asked what to do with a particularly long board from the old fence. I suggested we dig a trench and bury it half deep along the back edge so when he mows he won't accidentally mow the edge of the garden. Done!
The Piatta d'Italia (flat of Italy) onions look to be coming up. I expect a lot more to pop up this week with the warm weather.
Today I opened three containers of Mustard greens and one Kale container. They were getting cramped in their little hot greenhouses. I stuck my finger in the top hole to pick one up and they aren't kidding when they say it's much hotter in the bottle!! I set them up on top of Bennett's cage to keep them away from the wild bunny. I'm hoping they don't tip over for him to munch, and that the birds and squirrels will leave them alone.
I made an appointment for the Vikings to get their first vet check and vaccines next week. The receptionist asked if we would be keeping them. I'm still thinking about it. I adore Floki and do want to keep her, but the kids seem to prefer Lagertha.