The Niagara-on-the-Lake Horticultural Society’s annual backyard tour was the right excuse to take a weekend off. I make my own compost by saving all the raw vegetable scraps, tea bags, espresso grounds and cuttings from the garden, I actually have two compost bins on the go always so I even have a prepared provide of nicely rotted compost each time I want it. I additionally gather the fallen leaves in autumn and make a leaf pile in a secluded spot at the bottom of the backyard.
Hmm…. Use pure constructing supplies that don’t leech chemical substances into your soil and that additionally look good and invite you out into the backyard to take care of it. Rather than spending loads of cash filling up your raised beds with soil, replenish the base with other plant matter reminiscent of small branches and then high it up together with your soil.
In this case a short term storage answer and how I might turn it into a longer term storage solution; and possibly a few of my ideas might give different DIY lovers ideas (or food for thought) and in doing so others could want to share their concepts for storage solutions of spare salvaged and previously reclaimed wooden in the comments section of this article.
This mission is pursued via the cultivation of an revolutionary, dynamic, ecologically sound panorama on the Garden of Ideas, which is open to the public, within the heart of suburbia; via instructional programming in botany, agriculture, conservation, art, and diet; and through packages that promote religious awareness and natural adventure in an outside setting.