We've been shuffling chickens around lately, getting new chicks, and a lot of other craziness. Since we have such a small property and can't have very many chickens, it is imperative that they are all laying well. Thus, we are constantly having to switch them out and get new ones. Tansy and Ginger, our first hens, had been at my grandma's house so that she could try out having chickens, and we had gotten four new hens, Willow, Larkspur, Sorghum, and Honey. With Lavender and Millie (Chamomile), that was six. As you can read about here, we had also rescued a few chicks from the ranch across the street that were going to freeze if they weren't taken indoors. A couple of months ago, those went to go live at our friends' house down the block who had been wanting chickens. So we had Willow, Larkspur, Sorghum, Honey, Lavender, and Millie; our neighbors had Pepper, Sassy (Sassafras), Juniper, Birch, Poppy, and Wintergreen; my grandma had Tansy and Ginger, and our friends had the chicks from the ranch (out of which there is one rooster and three hens). You got all of that?
At the moment, all of those chickens are here. The hens from the ranch are going to my grandma's house, Birch, Sorghum (who is a mean chicken), and Millie are going to our friends' house, and we have three new chicks. Pepper has decided that he still likes Ginger the best, even after not seeing her for months and months, so she and June and Millie are fighting. They are jealous. ;) The reason why I am telling you all of this is because we don't have names for our three chicks yet, and I'd like your opinion on what we should name them! Please leave a suggestion in the comments, if you would be so kind! However, there is a catch. The names have to be herbs, or flowers at last resort. So far, we have had the above mentioned names, plus Licorice and Safflower. Below you can see what type of birds they are; you can look them up and see what they'll look like when they grow up.
Please leave a suggestion! We are having trouble coming up with names!