Good Monday Morning From Bedlam Farm 4/30/18

It’s mud season here at Bedlam Farm.  You can see the stripes of mud on the sides of the sheep where they lay down.

All this rain we’ve been having is good for the grass and my gardens.  On Saturday I met my friend Jackie Thorne at the Hubbard Hall Plant Sale.  People drop off plants they dig up from their spring gardens, then we buy each other’s plants with the money benefiting Hubbard Hall, our town theater.

I gave two bushels of Dahlia’s, they multiply over the years.  We originally bought the Dahlia’s at the Plant Sale 3 or 4 years ago.

On Saturday I raked out my gardens and planted what I bought at the sale.  Now the rain is doing its job and tomorrow or the next day, when it gets warmer and hopefully sunny, the grass and plants will pop with a new enthusiasm.

As you can see in the video, the sheep are no longer reluctant to go into the back pasture, now that the grass is coming up.  They’d be happy to stay there grazing if I didn’t make Red chase them around and around.

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