isn't just so he cute, kids say it's just the perfect size for their fairies. Well besides being an apparent Fairy gardener I hope we actually get to eat a big juicy watermelon sometime this summer.
for the how to on making your own fishing pole
Yes I use paper towel and I love them , so to feel better about my paper towel usage I throw them in the compost right with the food and yard clippings. The comment I get the most is "I didn't know you can do that" , well either did I until one day I just started throwing them in, they're made from 100% recycled paper so I figured why not and never looked back. The paper towel takes about 1-3 months to decompose depending on how hungry the bugs and critters riffling through the compost are and the amount of rain.
Here's a list of thing that can go into your compost:
Leaves, lawn clipping, old hay, sawdust, straw, cornstalks, plants and plant parts from vegetable gardens or flower beds can all be composted, other things that can also be composted are cool ashes, eggshells, coffee grounds and filters, fruit and vegetable scraps, newspaper, paper towels and napkins, cardboard rolls from paper towels and toilet tissue.
If you have any other items that are easily composted please leave a comment. Thanks
My poor little guy has been crying all morning on the couch his blanket over his head I guess death is really hard understand when you're only 5 even when happened over 200 years ago.
Happy Father's Day to all, even dead Presidents!
Now the hard part, really it was a lot harder to nail pieces of wood together than I thought.