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Post  jimmy cee 6/6/2021, 10:43 am

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“ oh I’m growing old and feeble and I cannot work no more, my rusty hoe and rake I laid to rest “ …. Anyone know those words ? Opening to a great old folk song named Log Cabin in The Lane…
Well I’m about there but I was able to downsize, although my compost piles are still large. I take my chair out to sit when I turn them over. I used to be able to turn them all at one time, however those days are gone forever…here are a few photos of my miniature garden today. A 6 foot  long x 2 foot wide x 18 inch deep horse watering trough. 3 layers of weed barrier on bottom with plenty drainage holes.Miniature garden project. 66eaa310
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Miniature garden project. 4194df10This year I started off with herbs, however replaced some with a few pepper plants that I immediately pruned back. Notice the growth coming out in small areas. I did that a few years ago and they did very nicely. 
I also have 3 five gallon buckets with ( I don’t know ) tomatoes. I saw these three plants at a shop and they were lovely, no indication as to what they are, however I needed them because they we so lovely…
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Post  OhioGardener 6/6/2021, 12:39 pm

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“oh I’m growing old and feeble and I cannot work no more, my rusty hoe and rake I laid to rest“ …. Anyone know those words ? Opening to a great old folk song named Log Cabin in The Lane…
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I also have 3 five gallon buckets with ( I don’t know ) tomatoes. I saw these three plants at a shop and they were lovely, no indication as to what they are, however I needed them because they we so lovely

What a lovely attitude, Jimmy Cee!  Yes, age catches up with us, and slows us down, but it cannot dampen our love of nature.

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Post  sanderson 6/11/2021, 3:20 am

Jimmy, I love your mini-SFG. Yes, age does creep up. I no longer compost and have been using E-Z Straw for 2 years now.

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Post  ralitaco 6/13/2021, 11:19 am

Several of you are a older than me and doing WAY MORE than me, so thanks for making me feel lazy...which I am LOL

Jimmy, I really like your new bed. I might steal that idea.
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