Dateline: 17 January 2017
|Hot off the press!|
My New 27-page Minibeds-on-Plastic Report.
As many of you who read this blog know, I am trying something new in my garden this year. It involves a large sheet of heavy plastic and small, wood-framed garden beds. I've decided to give the idea a name: Minibeds-on-Plastic.
I have also decided that my 24' x 44' Minibeds-on-Plastic garden, which I put together in the fall of 2016, will be the official Minibeds-on-Plastic experimental garden, and the garden must have a blog of its own! Thus, I have created MinibedsOnPlastic.com (click and go).
|We are in the midst of a January thaw here. I took this picture|
of my Minibeds-on-Plastic experimental garden yesterday.
I know the Minibeds will be easily managed and productive. But I can't say exactly how productive they will actually be. So that's one of the things I'll be looking to determine with this new garden.
I plan to blog a lot at the new web site when spring finally gets here And I'll probably be double-posting many of the garden updates from MinibedsOnPlastic.com here at Upland.
The Minibeds-on-Plastic Report #1 shown at the top of this page is a 27-page, information packed report that details the whole story of this new gardening idea (so far). I've been writing and putting the Report together for a few weeks, and I'm pleased with how it turned out. I may never publish a book again, and just focus on reports like this one.
The pdf Report is on sale until the end of this month for only $3.99. After that, it will be regularly-priced at $4.99.
If you'd like to get a free short sample of the report, you can do that too.
|Shredded leaves for mulch on my minibeds—in January.|