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What I do when I'm too exhausted to work in the garden...

Category: Vegetable Gardening | Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2014 12:40 pm

This past week has been very busy, and the coming week will be the same, but for different reasons.
I'm exhausted just thinking about it.

So, I'm just going to sit and plan next year's gardens.

One problem that needs adjusting:
My shade bed gets too much shade.
At the time I built it, I had no choice. It was the sunniest part of the shady area.
But, with so many storms causing problems for people, I am actually one of the people who has benefited. I couldn't take trees down to make more sun in the garden because none of the trees are mine. They all belong to neighbors and grow so large that they shade my garden too. The latest development is, with this latest string of storms, one neighbor has decided to take down their tree, which will lead to more sun in my garden! As soon as it's done, I'll have to start watching how the sun falls and move my shade bed. Perhaps it will become another sun bed!

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Frank wrote on Tue Jul 29, 2014 9:42 pm:

That's interesting Beeker. It's cool that you are planning ahead like that :)


Jewell wrote on Thu Jul 31, 2014 8:02 pm:

Lucky you to have the neighbors giving you more sun! It will be fun and your early planning will stretch the work load over a good piece of time. Have fun and don't do too much at a time.

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