As I feared, the squirrels found a way to the fenced-in pumpkin and made short work of eating it. Now they’ve managed to climb into our more secure covered box garden. This half-eaten tomato was left on top of the enclosure – to make sure we noticed, I bet.
Quick photos from my garden. Instagram: @crystallofoliamn
First day of spring in my woodland garden. The log is only visible because it's next to the shoveled path to the compost pile! Several more inches of snow to go before the spring beauties arrive.
Snow seeding on a sunny Saturday for the city of Roseville. This was a mix of native grasses, rushes, and sedges, with some wildflowers like marsh milkweed too, for a wetland area. #mnmasternaturalist
Love it when the flowers wear snow hats. . 🌱: Bee balm / wild bergamot (Monarda fistulosa) . #mnwildflowers