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The ducks have a new yard, my future tomato and bean garden. 12.22.17
Don, each photo of that view is so different from the others. The only constant is change! What a marvel to behold!
Glad to see so many gardening seasons already well underway. Here in northern Vermont, I am only now starting my leeks, tomatoes, basil, and crucifers--indoors, of course. Here is my garden last May 18 and just two days ago, March 19. See how deeply the blueberries 9on the left) ire still buried. A lot can hapen in two months' time.
Chris, the beginning! What joy!
Garden looking good Chris. I haven't started anything new yet, but purchased several kinds of peas that I'll plant tomorrow or the next day.
First day of spring and my garden is under construction...
Oh, I forgot. I've been spreading my last autumn's pile of horse manure on the garden. The pile is still frozen in the middle, even after several days in the 60's! Too early to plant anything yet.
Regarding ash on the garden, I'm just the opposite. My garden is very alkaline. While I have plenty of wood ash, that's the last place I'll toss it. I take it out to the surrounding fields. After all, they put lime on every year.
Finally got a little ambitious and chopped-out most of the weeds in my yard. Maybe I'll plant peas tomorrow.
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