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I posted this last night and it didn't get where I intended. Hope you all can see how we are doing in our third year. Now that our soil quality is there and our planning seems to be working well.
wow, it looks great. Love the box within the box
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Such clean, nice, straight paths! Is it just mulch, or is there weed block underneath?
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Woo-hoo! Glad you posted this. Again, very nice!
Fabulous! Is that garlic and onions in the 2nd photo?
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Looks great. Another winning garden.CapeCoddess wrote:Fabulous! Is that garlic and onions in the 2nd photo?
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It is mulch. But under the mulch in each path we put two bags of leaves and some cow manure with bedding. Composting where we walk ! Later we will rake off the mulch and have organic materials to add to our beds.BeetlesPerSqFt wrote:Such clean, nice, straight paths! Is it just mulch, or is there weed block underneath?
Yes - we'll be drying Garlic in a few weeks.CapeCoddess wrote:Fabulous! Is that garlic and onions in the 2nd photo?
It works well -- All that we had before we started composting in the pathways--sanderson wrote: Nice
I see a roiling composter. How do you like it?
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