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    We're still waiting for the weather to warm up enough for us to get out and start working on our garden area. We got a lot of the wood chips down late in the fall and we collected bags of leaves from all over the city to put on top, and then we'll put another layer of wood chips down. Been saving my empty toilet paper cylinders so my seedlings will have some protection until they're up above the wood chips etc. We're also going to do some serious container gardening in other areas of the garden, and grow "vertically", some of the vegetables etc., that want to crawl out and take over everything around them :-( Also planning to do some potatoes in separate containers rather than in rows. We haven't put in a garden for several years (the Sq.Ft.Garden method) and had good results, but we're putting in more stuff this time and besides, I want to do the Back To Eden method (somewhat). The soil at the Homestead is very good so we've got a good base to start with. The wood chips were free from a tree trimming business and the bags of leaves were free from running a "beggars ad" in our local internet service, we just had to go pick them up.

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