Clada worked on this over two summers. Our
planting season is May-November, when we have a lot
of rain and less wind.
Clada planted a few plants and then had to cut back the
Here's what it looks like one year later.
Clada washed buckets of Sargassum
to fertilize plants and keep mulch from washing away.
Clada received a phone call from Crucian Gardens who said
they (unexpectedly) had a pallet of zoysia grass for Clada.
Clada picked it up, but she made Chip drive the huge load
up the driveway...it was scary big.
Only one area had been prepped for sod, so it went
in fast. There were 2 more days of pickaxe work to
use all of it.
The sod has filled in nicely.
This is what the garden looks like one and a
half years later. Clada expanded the garden up the
hill this summer.
Clada has started installing rocks on the
driveway garden, but still has a ways to go.
The rock wall
that Clada built is holding up well.
This is Clada's newest garden that she planted
in the late Spring.
It's a dirty job planting and weeding after it
rains, which is the best time to do it. This
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