Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Worms, Sempervivum tectorum, and Baby whales

 Worm bin maintenance is fun for all. Especially the girl, she loves holding crawlies.
We have some really happy ones, with brand new digs to explore.

I believe this is a Sempervivum tectorum. I've had it for about 4 years, and it's just now starting to make babies. We'll be watching them to see how they grow. They are quite cute.

H&J are making sure their baby whales are happy. They've been tending them for a few days now. Today they needed to dump and refill the water, as there were some mosquito larvae in there. They have also discovered that black walnuts don't make good whales, since they sink to the bottom.

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