Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Something I didn't know about bunny poop. Added bonus, my old chair.

My friend Bunslove gifted me two huge bags of bunny poop recently. You can see the two bags in the picture below. Buns love contacted me and told me I needed to open the bags or the contents would rot rather than compost. Who knew!! I wonder, is it that way with all poop, or are bunnies special? I'm such a newbie and I have so much to learn.

I have a very tattered old wingback chair that I sit in to blog, or watch TV or just sit and read. It's ugly but so comfortable it's ridiculous. I'll take a photo for you. This chair sits by the bay window that looks into my front yard. Right outside is the rhododendron that is flowering and a birch tree. All the leaves are bright yellow right now. It's beautiful. A little flock of Bush Tits (oh stop...for heavens sake, they're tiny little birds) just descended into the rhodo along with a Junco. What a beautiful sight.

5 comments:

Caro (UrbanVegPatch) said...

My kitchen peelings have to be taken straight down to the compost or they'll rot in a day or two. I have bunny hutch straw n poop mix from my neighbour - that goes straight into the compost but I guess everything natural would go off in a sealed bag. (And I only put bunny poo in my compost so can't advise on other stuff!)

Mark Willis said...

So, where is the piccy of the bunny poop eh?? (Not that I particularly want to study it!)

Becky said...

Number 1 on Blotanical for a day is great! You deserve it! Garden blogging is a lot of fun. I think composting needs air no matter what kind of organic matter you are talking about. (See how I neatly avoided using the word poop!)

NHGarden said...

I don't see a picture below...?

Anonymous said...

Hi everyone. Who knew so many people would want bunny poo pictures. I promise to go out in the morning and take a picture for you.
You're right Becky, all compost needs air. What a newbie I am. If I'd just thought it through. :-)