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Raised Garden – Planting Way Too Much

Raised Garden – Planting Way Too Much

| August 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

The recurring theme this growing season is “too much.” I sowed too many seeds and too close together. My organic garden is a jungle. The cucumber and squash won’t stop growing. They’ve overshadowed everything in their path. Aside from aggressively growing squash and cucumber, my tomato plants are taking off also. Actually all of my […]

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Things are Growing in My Raised Garden Beds

Things are Growing in My Raised Garden Beds

| July 15, 2016

Things seem to be going well with my garden, sort of. The challenge I’m facing is too many plants growing too closely together. I know it’s my fault for putting too many seeds in the ground. I wasn’t sure all of the seeds would germinate so tried to help the odds by putting in a […]

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Gardening with Pressure Treated Wood

Gardening with Pressure Treated Wood

| July 10, 2016

In earlier posts I shared how I made a raised bed vegetable garden. Fortunately I used cedar wood for the garden. On the outside of the garden fence I placed smaller pressure treated wood boxes to grow flowers. 9 Boxes to be exact. The flowers serve a two-fold purpose; they make the garden look nice […]

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Creating a Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

Creating a Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

| June 16, 2016

A few years ago I documented my attempts, failures and successes with container gardening. The one challenge I had with container gardening was that I wanted to grow many more vegetables than my containers could hold. The containers worked wonderfully, but my deck provided limited space. I always said that one day I would put on […]

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