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This is how I imagined our winter garden. Isn’t it beautiful? To bad it’s not mine, just a plot close to ours that I am continually intrigued with.
This is also not our plot, but I am super impressed with their winterizing tactic.
THIS is our plot. We actually did a pretty good job cleaning up in October, but then stuff happened and we never finished. Let’s just say we meant to encourage a natural crop cover.
Our community garden plot has weighed on my mind for months. We won’t be keeping it this season because we are moving to Washington state for the summer, but I felt really bad that we were leaving our plot sloppy and vulnerable to Oregon’s mineral doucheing rainfall. Actually, I was most compelled to save our everbearing strawberries and our awesome hose. So I went out last weekend and finished up. It felt so good to stomp around in the mud, investigate left over plants and feel some sunshine on my face.
Spring is around the corner. Here in Oregon that means more rain but warmer temperatures…it is time to get started on my small little plot. So excited!
Finish anything lately? Let me know and I’ll share your project next week!
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