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Rural Gardening: retired, living self sufficently in Alabama (Part 2), 1 by CajuninKy

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CajuninKy wrote:
Beautiful here today. 50ish and no wind to speak of. Worked in long sleeves. Hope it lasts. Sure does my muscles good.

Here is my SFG beds. I have now got the 3rd and final layer of pavers on both beds. I need to get them filled now and they will be ready for spring planting. Still need to finish filling the wooden half barrel and the plastic half barrel. I will use them to grow my sugar snap peas and my yard long beans on tepees. I was going to use 3 oples on each tepee but was reading the peas can be grown just 2" apart so I will put more poles, 6 or possibly 8, in the pea barrel and 3 in the bean barrel. Tomatoes will go in the smaller containers and eggplant in the 2 bales. The plastic barrel is the white blob in the right foreground of the pic. Sorry the pic is not better. It was taken well after dark.


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