I promised myself to do things a little differently this year. I planned for half of my garden to be perennial flowers and the other half for vegetables. I love flowers! I chose to do perennials to help save myself some work (hopefully!) in the future. I got Hubby to build borders around each vegetable patch. I hope that it will help me know exactly where my plants are. I thought that it might help to keep the plants separated and make it easier to weed. We will see if that works out!
Hubby tilled the garden and then I grabbed my handy-dandy measuring tape and measured out my vegetable patches. I had sketched out a scaled drawing in March. I had already chosen where my veggies would be planted and how much of each plant would be planted. Hubby built borders for my veggie patches, according to the strings marking each patch.
I thought that the borders would take a while, but Hubby whipped them up really fast! I was impressed, but he told me they were "easy". Sometimes, he forgets that he is married to a woman whose construction skills are limited to Popsicle sticks and hot glue!
I planned my perennial garden out, using flour to section off each plant's area. I heard that idea on T.V. somewhere. The flour won't mess with the soil pH, making it safe to use. I then planted according to the sections and my pre-determined garden 'blueprint'. It felt like it took FOREVER because those seeds were so tiny! I was pleased with how it turned out. I hope all the plants come!
I am going to go crawl into bed, now. I am exhausted after our busy weekend. I hope everyone had a lovely weekend. Take care!