Ok, I've decided to try my hand at growing Black-eyed Susan's in my apt. The elements are against me but I'm determined to do this dammit!:
Problem #1 There's the crazyass cat of mine that I'm sure will want to scope out the new seedlings (& possibly bat at them & tear them out!).
Possible Solution: grow the seedlings in the bathroom by the window & close the door. I know this will obviously keep the cat out, but I'm hoping this is the ideal place for the seeds to grow - a muggy, tropical like bathroom.
Problem #2 Once the seedlings are ok to transplant, there's the crazyass fat squirrel outside (are you seeing a pattern here w/ crazyass animals yet) that thinks it's funny to dig in my pots and stash his peanuts & whatnots that he finds.....one day he'll get his - he has to cross a busy road sometime!
Possible Solution: not sure yet - trying to think of something that doesn't involve a BB gun or rat poison (remember - I'm pro nature, but this is soooo tempting!)
Keep checking back on the seed-saga ......maybe we should start making bets as to how much the seeds will grow & if & when they kick the bucket, will it be the cat or the squirrel that claims victory!
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