Each year I enjoy working in my vegetable garden. It is just large enough to give me the variety that we like. I've tried to design it in a manner that enables me to not only rework it
each year, but to maintain it throughout the growing season. The photos are from two different years. I prepare the ground by cultivating it with a tiller. I then add miracle grow dirt and mix it in, and I use Miracle Grow Liquid Fertilizer. I do this each year. The landscape logs are two high so I can keep adding dirt. I'm also working with Georgia clay. The mulch allows me easy access to the plants and helps keep the weeds under control. I have the water connected to my sprinkler system. I also use a portable sprinkler at times.
My three children have utterly destroyed my ottoman, I don't want to invest the money into recovering until their artistic inclinations have expired, so I searched for an easy way to
cover it....the best part is, I used a painters fabric drop cloth, which is inexpensive, easy to remove and launder.This slipcover only took a few hours to complete. Credit goes to creatingathome.com where I found the step by step instructions.