So now a garden has somehow materialized in the past few weeks. Skeletons replaced by dirt, then compost, then leaves…now plants and a fence. Cold vegetables only can be planted in the winter (planted in the winter was not something I said when living in the Midwest)! The token artichoke & asparagus that came with the house, a new bed of spinach, kale, collards, some broccoli, and a bit of carrots, beets and red Batavian lettuce. A few empty beds remain which are saved for tomatoes and peppers which can be planted in the Spring. Yum!!!
Replacing garden skeletons