This is the final step in our 3 part series of our Raised Bed Gardens. Join us over on our blog where we share how we mixed the soil, used some medium pebbles for the pathways and put down mulch as a final decorative touch.
In looking around the garden, I see a theme has developed. It's all about the birds and flowers. With approximately one hundred birdhouses, I suppose my collection is now nearing
intervention status! Some are decorative and some are functional with clean-outs, but long ago I found out the birds are the ones who decide which is which. A bossy little house wren has commandeered the gazebo garden where she and her hubby have taken up residence in a blue bird house, chasing any other birds who dare to come near.
Every new flower is an awaiting surprise and , as I stroll our garden, bird song greets me. A red fox streaked across the front lawn this early morning, probably from the cat food on our porch. We've had lovely rains and everything is an intense shade of spring green.
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I wanted a cedar raised garden bed in a problem area of my backyard but all the ones I could buy were upwards of $100! Since that wasn't in my budget I scoured the internet for other
options..With a genius idea from Ana White I was able to build my own for under $15! It was a thirty minute project, no crazy construction skills required, just a drill and a circular saw! (If only the gardening itself was as easy!)
Commented on May 13, 2013
Looks AWESOME! I hope you share your salsa recipe soon! :)
We updated our PopUp camper cabinets for $0! Want to update your cabinets in your Camping RV? We used supplies we already had on hand to save dollars! We share with you what we did over on our blog. Let's go GLAMPING!