and a hamster to review ;-)
|5TH MARCH 2012|
|12TH MARCH 2012|
You have to be patient. If you let your hammie too soon, before the plants root themselves properly, this little monster may ruin the whole work in it's early stage. As you can see, young grass and flowers are very delicate so even stronger water stream may harm them.
|14TH MARCH 2012|
If you've been patient and done everything right, one day you'll realise that you've actually got a meadow in your cage dish. Well, it may take few weeks to even few months if you had bad luck to hit poor quality bag of seeds, but it's gonna happen sooner or later.
|30TH MARCH 2012|
For example, in my case, the grass was very weak and yet it completely dominated the night scent flowers which were growing for some time and than perished giving the way to the grass. Well, I bought them in a hipermarket after all, why should I expect anything better...? But the general results were satisfying.
Remember Lil' Lilly stepping gently on her meadow, smelling and eating flowers...? Well... Kropeczka - once she felt the soil beneath her feet - turned into raging mole obsessed with the idea of getting under the grass. She didn't give a damn about the juicy blades, sand bath area or her new clay house (sand is for snotnoses!): she started to dig, dig hard and at some point she actually succeded and crawled under the ground. Luckily, I taped this happening so in the next post you're about to see Kropeczka anihilating my Green Zone. So, was it worth it...? Surely Kropka had the time of her life. Still, if you wanna try, do it. Maybe your hammie won't turn out to be a monster...