|Beet seedlings' eye view.|
|Driveway's eye view.|
Rock Hill high School
Howdy neighbors! How is your soil today!?
I need to tell you about my new favorite pet, the soldier fly larvae. I'm being totally serious. I worry about their health! When I go to my compost tumbler to drop off a new gift, and see hundreds of them chewing on my food scraps, I get so relieved. Yay, they are still there! Phew! Now that I have them, I don't know what I'll do without them. Well, I do- I'll actually have to exert myself and turn my compost instead of just gawking at it lovingly. Don't leave me, maggots! I love how your efficiency enables my laziness!
See them in their gross glory here (click play):
Look at the smiles on those happy Hermetia illucens. That was once an avocado, by the way.
|Gratuitous macro lense house fly pic: I am not a fan of this diptera (Diptera is the order that characterizes both flies).|
|An American Youthworks teacher gardens.|
|We weeded and sowed Fall appropriate seeds. The shadow of yours truly is in the bottom left corner.|
|A look at their compost pile behind the basil.|
|This is one of my favorite pics from the day. These little garden blessings were placed all around the garden.|