Garden Started and the Kuukisu Art Work Area

Heyo, all! I finally have my garden started. All total: 144 peat pods. It’s about 60% herbs and veggies and 40% flowers. Once they get big enough to plant, I’ll be planting them in the planters I have on the balcony. I have a feeling I may end up having to give some away, though, but we’ll see what happens. 🙂

This is my garden in the making:

I’ve also been working on painting a pot for a special plant. I’m planning on putting some green on it as well, but I’m debating between swirls or splotches. I’m leaning toward swirls. hehe… Here’s the progress thus far:

Now, for all of you who wonder where the magic of Kuukisu Art happens, here it is. This, ladies and gentlemen, is my work area:

At some point, I would like to show you all my area in detail, but for now, at least you can see the overall setup.
So, now you see what I’ve been up to the past few days. I’m hoping to get out and enjoy the nice weather and make it to some parks, maybe some cool events this weekend as well! Thanks for reading!

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2 thoughts on “Garden Started and the Kuukisu Art Work Area

  1. 144 baby plants? o_0 lol. Can’t wait to see what it looks like. I need to plant some flowers to attract bees. I may end up with lots of pretty flowers and no eats.

    What kind of plant is going in the pot? Or is it kinda a surprise?

    • I’m not entirely sure. At first it was going to be catnip, but it died, so I’m thinking a pretty green plant or something instead now. Still deciding.

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