We’ve found that adding mulch is the quickest way to make your flower bed look extra pro. In some places of the world, the dirt is nice and soft, but here, our dirt looks like rubble rocks. If you spent the time and effort to plant some pretty flowers, let’s get our money’s worth!
First, you will need to obtain some mulch. We do this through our local garden store. This whole cart of mulch is less than $20.
Next, you need to prepare the ground for mulching. You can level out the ground a bit with a sturdy rake or hoe. Get your plants in the dirt. If you are discouraging a particularly nasty weed, lay down some black weed control fabric.
Finally, add your mulch! You will need to cover the ground evenly with several inches of mulch. Be sure to use gloves so you don’t get slivers!
Not only does it add some nice contrast to make your flowers really stand out, mulch also discourages weeds and helps water control! Big fans.
I believe the term originated in the days of yesteryear. A long time ago, a farmer looked over his fence to gaze at the neighbor’s garden. It was much more bountiful than the farmer’s own, which left the farmer jealous. Thus, the intense green caused the farmer much envy.
Such a feeling was burning inside me when I peeked over this fence. Unfair advantage- this garden is located in the Pacific Northwest.
I guess tomatoes like growing in August there. I can hear ours asking for water like Dumbledore in Half Blood Prince.
This pepper is so shiny, I can see myself eating it.
If you needed a pepper as long as your arm, you’ve come to the right place.
Blueberries have to be at maximum bursting blue before they can come inside.
We had some flowers like those. They burned up in the sun after a sprinkler misunderstanding.
But I can’t be mad about this. Hens and chicks in a chicken planter. Gets me every time.
Can’t be jealous about any of it, really. I ate most of it.