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The Making of a Garden

by Kay~Kacey on 4/1/2014

I’m finally going to get my garden and I am SO excited!!

Here is SuperGuy playing working with his tractor. He rode the tractor all day…I raked gravel in place all day. I cannot move…
Tractor in garden

We’re going to do raised bed gardens with gravel pathways between the beds. The garden is in a clay-mucky-area. We’re adding 12 inch boards on top of these base boards.
raised bed gardening

I’m driving SuperGuy a bit nuts. I want to do organic. Everything organic. So we’re using cedar $ boards instead of treated pine.
cedar for garden

Luckily, SuperGuy thought to have the builder put in a spigot up by where we wanted the garden. Nice, close water! (And I think the spigot looks cute, too!)
the spigot

Oh, here is one of the gardeners 😉 I had on muck boots, but changed to those classy crocs… Don’t you love my hat?? I do!
gardener

We’re making 4 4×8 beds, and 2 4×4 higher beds. Then, once the fence is in, we’ll have 18 inch beds all along the fence on the inside.
the raised garden beds

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, water 😉
garden resting spot

My pretty, pretty garden. Just needs the dirt now…and the fence to keep out the deer.
view of a garden

I’ll be sure to keep you updated on our progress. After all this work, I hope we’re successful gardeners!

Hannah April 1, 2014 at 7:17 pm

I’m so jealous of your raised beds, Kacey! I was looking at the ones in Home Depot last year – the ones where instead of buying lumber they’re already notched and ready to put together or something. But I never got around to buying them, and we keep saying we’re going to sell the house, but it looks like such a great plan.

Janice April 13, 2014 at 11:03 am

Way, way too much work. However, I’m sure I will enjoy the fresh vegetables when I come to visit!

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