The Ides of March. Today was a good day to get to work and fence in an outdoor area for the chickens. After walking out the front door and seeing chicken poooo all over the front porch, and my flower gardens dug up everywhere, it was time!!! Olivia and Joel helped as we cut the wire, pieced together the wire and then stapled is around the barn overhang area. We still need a hatch for them to enter from the inside pen and a nice gate to go in and out ourselves, but for now they are caged in and won't destroy my flower gardens! The guinea hens are quite disturbed to lose their pals, but they'll adjust.
Last night I took advantage of the extended daylight hours due to the time change this past weekend. I was able to plant more rhubarb, two plantings of horseradish and of course, more peonies. I do love peonies. They are the flowers of the gods - aren't they? I don't think I could live without peonies.