preparing new community plots
We are nearly finished with preparing an additional 15 or so plots for rental at our community garden. It will make a small dent in the long waiting list.
This area was previously overgrown with trees, shrubs and all sorts of invasives. After clearing the growth, we found that the soil was a bit rough. A good layer of topsoil was spread, and then a layer of dark black compost. Soon we will mark out plots with stakes and string. Then these new plots will be assigned. It will be a whole new start for this piece of land.
Labels: community gardening