This is the year of Sars-Cov-2, so while encouragingly there are alot of novice gardeners taking up the call to become more sustainable, we, unfortunately are unable to find seeds for our garden crops. This put a serious hinderance on our growing season, but it also allows us to make changes we want to our garden. Changes which we had talked about but had procrastinated. So without further ado, here are some of the changes made. Hopefully the changes will pay off for next year. Here is to a better year in 2021.
One of the first changes we made in 2020:
We changed the main vegetable garden from mulch to gravel. It seems as if it is a waste of resources; however, the mulch in the garden was more then 4 years old and had turned to really nice topsoil which was very hard to weed. By changing to gravel, we cut down on weeding, weeds which grow are easy to remove and it also cuts down on any potential costs which we would encur muching every year. Win-Win.
Moving on to the next…
The Final Product and our feeble attempt to grow what we are able to during the 2020 Season: