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Carrot Trough - Easy Gardening Project

Carrot Trough - Easy Gardening Project

Posted by Teresa Odle on Dec 10th 2020

Gardening with raised beds is great for several reasons. Growing carrots in raised beds are no exception.The benefits include: Warmer soil temperatures for a short season. Flexibility in design and crop rotation. Ability to control and amend soil for better weed management. Shorter distance to bend over for aging backs. And tops on the list, as always – critters, especially gophers.Fre … read more
5 Ways to Repurpose Old Fence Posts

5 Ways to Repurpose Old Fence Posts

Posted by Teresa Odle on Dec 10th 2020

We love to repurpose old objects, especially for use in the garden. Ten years ago this Christmas, my husband, daughter and I helped gather old fence posts at my in-laws’ ranch on an unseasonably warm day. The ranch in southeastern New Mexico is on land homesteaded by Tim’s ancestors back in the late 1800s; they were among the first families to move to this part of the West to make a home and livin … read more
DIY Crusher Fines Garden Path

DIY Crusher Fines Garden Path

Posted by Teresa Odle on Dec 10th 2020

People who love gardening know that winter and early spring can drag on and on. So it’s good to have a project in your back pocket to get outside and improve the garden during the off-season. I’ll share our experience and give a few tips on creating or replacing your own garden path.Panoramic view of the completed path in March. Now, to just get rid of the protective buckets and watch the flowers … read more

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