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It’s not that easy being green

This week our goal was to get some grass seed planted in the garden.  I am so sick of looking at all the brown in our yard.  Or maybe it’s a bit more red with all that clay.  Either way it is time for some green!  Unfortunately all that red clay means that grass won’t grow back there… it’s packed as hard as bricks.  So Ryan and I spent all day yesterday (seriously 7am-7pm) tilling compost into the area around the beds so that the dirt is good and grass will grow.  Hopefully it will also help with our drainage problems.  Having grass there that will drink the water and dirt that can actually absorb it should make a huge difference.  So while it doesn’t look like a ton happened in the garden we are so much closer to done and green!  I will probably be back there every day looking for a little green sprout of grass, even though I know it will be a few weeks until that happens.  In the meantime if the weather wouldn’t mind cooperating and not sending flood rains to wash away all the dirt and seed that would be greatly appreciated!  Also you can see that we got a lid on another cold frame (and planted a few carrots and radishes in it) and those are little raspberry bushes in the other photo.  Obviously they have just been planted and aren’t green, or growing yet… but it is going to be really exciting when they do.  I promise to keep you posted 🙂

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