Seeds, shells…






I like to toss both seeds and shells around the garden. If your soil is very acidic, as mine tends to be, the calcium in the shells will help neutralize it.  Also the shells remind me where I scattered the seeds. Sometimes, if I am feeling quite contrary, I line them all in a row; sometimes I decorate the bean poles with them.

4 thoughts on “Seeds, shells…

  1. Beautiful shells of all kinds! I saw that you liked Mark Bittman on FB, and I just used his Fish cookbook last weekend, to make lobster bisque with old lobster bodies. Perhaps I will save the next batch of claw shells for my garden :-)

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