Finishing up the raised greenhouse grow beds based on a modified Hugelkultur technique.
I am filling the raised greenhouse grow beds to waist high with a mixture of rotting logs, scrap lumber, then leaves and pine needles, then sawdust and decomposing tree bark (full of worms) and then aged compost followed by topsoil and then our own one year old compost.
I manged to get a large section of the grow bed finished before I ran out of time and steam. This was really exhausting work and wore me right out.
Plus I had heat exhaustion from earlier working in the sun. So it was time to call it a day.
It sure is looking good though.
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