Follow these steps: DON’T FUCKING WORRY ABOUT IT
My new outdoor heated soaking tub.
This is going to get me through the rest of my work day. Bring it!
Tomatoes are the perfect crop for small spaces: rewarding, productive and delicious. Few people know more about growing tomatoes in containers
I’m going to go home and drill holes in the sides of all of my tomato buckets now!
My first blueberry harvest of 2014. Pink Lemonade variety are the pink ones.
I swear my sunflowers grow a couple inches everyday. I have employed plastic snake toys to keep the neighborhood stray cat from crapping in my garden boxes. We shall see if it works. I have replaced strawberry plants that didn’t come back after our dry winter with succulent cuttings. Also a shot of my vertical succulents planted in reclaimed metal flashing pieces. And I have a LOT of blueberries coming in. Yum!
I wanna build a treehouse in those big trees.
Roy’s Redwoods: Flower Filled Fields And Huge Trees
Its only a 3 mile hike…but well worth it. One of the few places you can see full redwoods top to bottom without any interruption.
(Marin, California - 4/2014)
I got some free mulch today at Bayview Green Waste. Quality wasn’t the best, it was super dusty/dirty and had some big chunks of wood in it but it will do the job for now.
Mulch helps keep moisture in the soil underneath it. It also enriches the soil as it breaks down and degrades.
Such a nice treat while working in the garden.
Trying some vertical succulent planters made from metal flashing that I picked up at Building Re/Sources.
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Hey! Thanks! Definitely. Keep growin’!