Saturday, April 19, 2014

Strawberry Garden






Be ye holy   I Peter 1:15

9 comments:

  1. Your strawberry beds look so neat! Look so promising! All plan sounds so interesting. I must be a nice summer in your homestead. I can't wait to see them all.
    Zero cost gardening, great!
    Have a nice weekend!

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    1. Thank you, It is easier to care for when we do raise beds. I hope to have a good crop this year. Yes I love the part of zero cost. Thank you for coming by.

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  2. Your summer chore list looks as long as mine! We don't have as much landscaping to do, though. We've got to re-upholster some chairs for inside, build a new headboard, build a bigger planter for our potatoes, etc. Your sunflower garden sounds pretty. I hope you will post pictures of it when you're through! Have a blessed Resurrection Sunday with your family. :)

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    1. Yes, the list is too long. If we get it done great if not, it will keep until next year.
      I have never re-upholster before...it that hard to do? I will post some photos of the
      Sunflower garden. It going to take some work this year. Our soil is depleted from where this was farm land. I have try to grow sunflowers in the past two years. They have not done well. So this year I am thinking I will work in some rich garden soil in the Sunflower garden. Maybe they will do great this year.
      We had a wonderful Resurrection Sunday...I hope you had a nice one also.
      Thank you for the coming by Rachel....

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    2. We had a great one, thank you! Re-upholstering isn't too hard if you have a good staple gun and the furniture isn't too curvy. I've mostly just re-done armless living room chairs. I hope your sunflowers will do well this year. That rich soil should help! In the past, we've had the most luck mixing in composted soil of some kind.

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    1. thank you daughter dear!! Love your new look on the blog.

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  4. O my! My summer to do list is quite overwhelming since we've moved! I have a lot I thought would be done by now like the back deck, my bath tub being replaced, my tile in my bathroom laid that was bought months back, new steps built, porch painted, paint finished touching up from the move, etc...that's not even counting my summer to do list! I'm learning to be thankful for what does get done & know that eventually these will all be checked off only to add others! Can't wait to "finish" this place up to look more homey here, but I know we'll have years of work to do yet!

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    1. Your place sounds so nice! I love to check the list off, I love the feel of accomplishment.
      don't you.

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