Vegetable Garden Bed Plans,Rustic Garden Bench Plans,Wooden Jewelry Box Plans Free Downloads - PDF 2016

Eight or ten years ago, the neighbor to my south planted a tiny maple tree about five feet from the fence. That tree is now more than forty feet tall, and casting shade on my garden every day by early afternoon. I’ve spent a lot of time this winter trying to envision my new little raised bed garden in its front yard location. Now that the snow has melted, I’ll be creating a new design for the entire side garden, now perennials and a little lawn, to make room for the new vegetable garden.


I can build the box (or boxes), transport soil from the existing bed, add compost from my compost pile and maybe even some shellfish compost from Winterwood Farms.  It will be ready to go in one weekend with super fertile soil, rather than trying to utilize the mostly sandy soil on that spot. On the short list of things to look forward to about front yard gardening, in addition to plenty of sun, is the lack of dogs.
On a cold and windy afternoon, this past Sunday, Beckie and I set out on one of our biggest gardening adventures so far.One display that apparently caught everyone's eye (also seen on Beckie's and Mr.
Six feet from that fence was my little garden, enjoying my yard’s dependable microclimate.


I’d like to incorporate some new herbs into the garden this year, so may consider an additional raised bed, or I may just integrate them in with the existing perennials.
Last year was the worst year ever, and I knew it would be my last year to garden in that spot.



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