Malti the Redfoot Tortoise: Micro Gardening

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When you are born with a shell and a beak handily equipped with its own set of sharp garden shears, you know that what grows up must come down.

Or something like that.

In the world of the large shell-less beings, this is often termed “micro gardening.”

Let’s say you have a small space where you can plant small green beings.

In the beginning, these green beings are very short. But then the sun shines and the wind blows and the rain falls and they start to get bigger. Taller. Tastier.

This is your cue it is time for you to do some micro gardening.

If you have time, you can do it yourself.

Or you can hire a specialist.

The best micro gardening specialists have shells, on account of how they are also typically located close to the ground and can get the best vantage point on exactly where to snip and snap and all that good stuff.

redfoot tortoise mowing the lawn
If you are lucky enough to have a shelled being in your flock, you can count on expert micro gardening services every spring!
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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie.

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