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Wow, I hadn't seen the garden Labyrinth photo until now. I love it! I am in the planning stages of lavender labyrinth but had never thought of a garden. Oh, some thyme, mint and rosemary mixed in..... my mind is overwhelmed!
What a beautiful Garden Labyrinth!!
Check this out!!
We had so much rain this summer in Florina my garden didn't do well. I'm putting in a 4X8 raised bed now for some of my fall planting. If that works out well I'll put in another one in the spring. Happy gardening everyone
Have been so blessed in the harvest this year. Even aside from what has or hasn't grown in my garden, we have had such an abundance of produce just given to us. Sadly looking to take next year off from gardening but should be close to many farmer's markets. :) Can't wait! Ya'll just wait though, my 2014 Garden is going to be awesome; I just know it!
so thrilling, just got a glimpse of the very first ripening cherry tomato growing in my container garden on concrete - lovely life force blooming into fruition - I will be enjoying soon (I'm letting the first pioneer stay on the vine - I figure that the others can learn from this leader ;-)
A nice example of dense permaculture food production!
This has some great ideas from a couple in Florida who have turned their small city lot into a wonderful food forest. They create "guilds" or plant communities so they become self maintaining
Micro-greens in recycle bag. These are beets.
I don't want to repeat myself so I will just say that I've posted my day spent with Paul Gautschi from BACK TO EDEN FILM on my blog and I encourage everyone who loves gardening to read my blog and watch his film. It has changed my life and my garden!!!
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