|Last year's garden|
In its seventh year, the garden needed to be revitalized and so I did the Lasagna Garden thing and added a top layering mid-February. Look at how beautiful the soil is almost nine inches down!
These are this year's 'birthing sheets' waiting for placement. I've combined fertilizer with the flour paste to hold the sheets together. Decided to use the 'broadcast' (rather than precise) method because the thinnings will be used in salads, leaving the proper spacing for the rest to grow into vegetables.
Here they are in place, dampened down to prevent the wind from moving them around while waiting for the soil cover.
Now, you see them; now, you don't!
Seeds and plants are in place.
Think I'll just sit here in the shade, with knife and fork in hand, waiting . . . Why don't you pull up a chair and join me?