|obviously i need a plant for that pot yet.|
|water lettuce. it came with some teeny tiny duckweed attached.|
|birdie watching over the pond.|
i also spent a bit of time yesterday working some more on my little water pond. i am mostly 'winging it' from watching kirsten's gardens over the years. i don't have a pump or anything, but i knew from the beginning that i did want some fish.
|3 of the 4 little rosies roaming in their new space.|
carey has warned me not get too 'attached' - pshaw. not a problem for a cold-hearted creature like me! he he. my head said something to me like this when i awoke this morning....
oh my gosh! it's raining! i hope the fish did not flow over the edge.
i wonder if the fish have enough to eat in there?
do they seem cold? i wonder if birds eat fish at night?
|so far they seem kind of happy.|
and so it goes :)
anyway - the guy at walmart who sold me the fish said 'they probably won't last outside' so my expectations should be low. but upon doing some googling last night, i found that rosy minnows are one of the most hardy pond fish that you can get. take THAT, walmart fish man!
|the little nook in the corner makes me happy.|
finally, i have gotten to the point of enjoyment of my landscaping projects. getting over all of the 'big picture' madness and starting to concentrate on smaller areas is much more my style. i'm sure that the little spot show above is one that you'll be seeing more of in the coming years as it evolves into what it's meant to be.
for today, i am going to enjoy the journey :)