Tuesday, June 14, 2016

The Garden Paths



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There are six rows each row are three feet one way, and twenty feet the other way. .
There are paths to mow, paths to walk barefooted in.
Paths for a garden cart, paths to share with little ones.

An easier way to garden don't you think?

11 comments:

  1. I love the peek into your garden plans! We will be using clippings to mulch this year, too. Thanks for sharing your pictures. :)

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    1. Hi Rachel, so good to see your comment. How is your little one? Have a wonderful blessed kind of day.

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    2. He is one now! I can't believe it! He is so sweet; we are so thankful to have him in our lives. :)

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  2. Good morning Teresa,

    My, you are going to have a lovely garden! What a clever way to plant, with grass paths between each bed.

    I have always loved those old push mowers. We used to mow our lawn with one of those when I was young.

    Looking forward to seeing your garden grow.
    Hope

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    1. Thank you sweet friend, Have a wonderful blessed kind of day.

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  3. Hey Teresa! That sounds like the perfect set up.

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    1. Hello Amber, I think it might be...I wanted to do beds, but the cost of wood , soil and plants would break the budget. Garden paths saves! Thank you for the comment. Have a wonderful blessed day.

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  4. Your idea for your garden and the paths is wonderful! It will be nice to mow the paths and see how the garden is coming along at the same time.....

    I got my garden planted yesterday, beans, corn, tomatoes, melon, cucumbers, summer and winter squash.. whew, I enjoy the process, as well as the harvest...but have to admit I am glad it is in, and now I can enjoy watching it grow and supply us with yummy fresh veggies!
    I still have a bed ready to plant another 4 rows of corn in a few weeks...then I will be ALL done with the planting!

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    1. Wow Enid, you put out a large garden. These grass paths are the areas that we hoe, and hoe to keep the grass out. It is so much easier to mow it. You are so right, it is so worth the hard work.

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  5. How neat!!! We didn't plant this year, just had too much going on... Since we've moved, business is booming & pastoring always calls, there's just been no time for that too. Enjoy!

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    1. Do you still sell things in your Glory Barn? Life is busy ~ do all you can to keep it slow.

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