My rolling garden experiment is working pretty well but adjustments had to be made when we finally figured out just what the sun was doing up there.
My plan was to sit my cucumbers on this stump and have them grow down it. The Mister trimmed if off to make it level but then we realized there would not be enough sun for cucumbers in this spot.
As you can see the cukes have been doing just fine in the cart following the sun so we needed to figure out how to keep them in there.
They were sharing the cart with the kale and the chard but since they don't need as much sun as the cukes we did a switcheroo.
The kale and chard are now under their bug and varmint net on the stump which gets about 6 hours of sun a day.
The cukes now have the wagon all to themselves. Now they've got plenty of room to spread out.
The tomatoes have really taken off too. We've already got several flowers so we take their varmint net off during the day so the bees can do their thing.
The poor things are ready to bloom and the deer have eaten half of them to the ground already.
As if that wasn't bad enough meet Boris. He/she is a turkey vulture that's been showing up here since the lockdown every day for a meal. If I forget, it knocks on the door. At this very moment it is knocking on the skylights in the living room to remind me to bring it out a plate. It even joins in with the outdoor kitties if they are eating at the same time. They pay it no attention at all. I am thinking it must be from a wildlife rescue situation. It doesn't seem to have a flock and is way too comfortable with humans. After its meal it sits on the roof and spreads it wings in the sun and looks quite content. Crazy, right?