Our 4H club enjoyed a behind the scenes peek at a greenhouse. So much more goes on there than meets the eye.
Some of it is right before our eyes, but I just never noticed. For example, each one of these hanging baskets has it's own drip irrigation.
Another thing I learned is that those first two tiny leaves on a sprout are called cotyledon. I feel so garden smart now.
Seeing all these plants got me itching to get a couple seedlings started.
A small sample of bird feeders they had. If there is something to stick out in your backyard, they had it there. Everything was so, so cute, I didn't see one thing I wouldn't want. The only thing that kept me from backing the car up to the front door and loading it up was that all that cuteness comes with quite a price tag. If we lived where it was nice out most of the year it might not seem like so much, but here in Minnesota, where our first and last frost dates only span about 4 1/2 to 5 months, it sure does.
Next stop was the park for a meeting, Subway lunch and knocking a volleyball around.
We finished up the day with a visit to a goat dairy. Nothing will make you say "ahhh" faster than 80 plus goats all together. This pen held over 25 newborn kids. Made me think we needed more goats, but then I came to my senses. Dancer's goat Jamal is from this dairy so I scoured the mommy goats to see if I could see the one that might be his mom. There were a couple that would fit the bill so there will be no definite family reunion for him.