They say to have a great garden you must have great soil. So following the suggestions of square foot gardeners I created my own soil from a recipe online. It called for equal parts compost, vermiculite and peat moss. I purchased all the soil components at Lowes or Home Depot. Sold in cubic feet […]
For the longest time, I was convinced that not having an automatic sprinkler was the main reason I killed plants. After many years of watching plants shrivel and die I got a new system and ‘oila’ I had plants that thrived like my neighbors. Well no that’s not true. Many of the plants that needed […]
So here is why you don’t dump soil in the street during a rainy month. BYE BYE DIRT! To add insult to injury – we had to go shovel up the sand and gravel that was left in the gutters after the rains slowed. Now what to do with the sand….
Material coverage estimate = 4″ depth = 45 sq ft – see top soil calculator Total in YARDS = or 9 yards Total cost = 26.95 x 9 = $236.25 for Jensen’s Planters Mix Front Yard north side of walk = 609 sq’ x 3″ = 5.6 yards south side of walk = 144 […]