This will be the path the divides the garden in half. It will have stone steps to walk on.
The 2008 Garden Plan:
Phase 1: Putting up the fence: My husband did that last week, I didn't get any pictures of what it looked like before the fence was put up.
Phase 2: Choosing what's going into the garden. We did this last night and this morning. Greens is the name of the game for this garden. A huge variety of greens, I love it.
Phase 3: Tilling the soil. Pull up weeds, getting the soil ready for planting, etc.
Phase 4: Planting the seeds.
Phase 5: Maintaining the garden, pulling weeds, harvesting, etc.
I'm so excited to get my hands in the earth you just don't know. Wow!Here is where all my juice feasting pulp goes...Compost Central. My husband turning over the compost.In this section the Emerald Oakleaf Lettuce, Jericho Romaine Lettuce, Red Looseleaf Lettuce, Runaway Arugula and Arugula.
Cress and Watercress Frisee Endive, Bordeaux Spinach and Springer Spinach and Gros Graines Mache goes here.
My Asian greens garden will be here. It includes: Mibuna, Torasan Komatsuna, Tatsoi and Toy Choi Baby Pakchoi. The sunflowers will also go here next to the bird feeder.
Zucchini goes here.Collards, Winter Red Russian Kale, Swiss Chard and Magenta Swiss Chard.Scallions, lots and lots of scallions. On the other side of the yard we will grow our edible flowers, Black Velvet Nasturitiums, Dianthus Mixture and Marigolds. Also the Dill and Spearmint will go here and any greens that won't fit in the main garden area. This area is fairly large. My husband promises to put up a fence here to keep the dogs out and to put a table and chairs for us to hang and enjoy the veggies.