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I came, I saw, I torched the weeds, I forked the hard soil, I rototilled, 

I loaded,hauled and spread the composted manure, I rototilled,

I raked,leveled and firmed the soil. 

 

No one came to plant, so I watered in the soil.

 

The new perennial area is ready for the crops  –  we have Asparagus, Lovage and

Jerusalem Artichoke to plant in the new area.

Can anyone find us other crops  –  Horseradish, Rhubarb, Chives, etc….?

 

Is anyone interested in coming out to the garden tonight ( wednesday ) ?

If interested respond to this post and I may be able to meet there at 7:00 pm.

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2 Responses to New perennial field

  1. Vicky says:

    I can come out tonight for planting of perennials.Vicky

  2. unclehat says:

    I plan to visit the garden this evening.Well… actually… I will visit the composter.But not more than 30 minutes.Dyle. The garden season is wrapping up.Please don’t break yourself at the garden. We need you enthusiasm next year. Rodney M.b. AlFrom: Edmonton Organic Growers Guild <post@eoggs.posterous.com>To: canada_rodneymbal@yahoo.caSent: Wednesday, November 2, 2011 10:24:03 AMSubject: [eogg.org] New perennial field

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