Whipping The Garden Back Into Shape

I accomplished a little bit in the garden today. I dug up one of my asparagus boxes and divided the crowns, moving some of them to another container. They are supposed to be planted 18 inches apart but I don’t have that much planter space to devote to them. The other asparagus box will get divided next year.

yard work

yard work


Transplanted a small pawpaw tree.

yard work

yard work


A few brick planters are now cleared of weeds and I planted a row of sweet onions around the perimeter of the round planter.

yard work

yard work


I planted a few rows of sweet onions in another planter along with a row of kohlrabi. The Swiss chard overwintered. Should be able to get another meal or two out of them before they go to seed.

yard work


After three years of almost total neglect there is a lot of work left to get things back in shape (as you can see).

yard work


This is how I rewarded myself for the work I did.

the reward

the reward



 


One thought on “Whipping The Garden Back Into Shape

  1. You have been busy ­čśŐ We also spent these few sunny days pruning and tidying and finally had the cracked old concrete washing post removed – it spoiled all my garden photos and I was determined to suffer it no more!

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