Today’s garden science lesson: pill bugs can produce offspring up to 3 times per year and they like strawberries. Not all of the strawberries, of course, just a pill bug sized sampling of each.
The leaf litter from last year’s growth coupled with the shade from this year’s lush growth has provided the perfect habitat for pill bugs and now that the berries are ripening, they don’t even need to leave home to get dinner. I am going to try to clean as much of it as I can before I get to do the hard cleaning for winter.
The Sugar Ann snap peas are coming in by the handful now. Enough to snack on while walking the garden.