Enjoy tasty, homegrown vegetables on your patio or balcony. Several creative and inspiring ideas in this video. CREDITS: Music: « With a Whimper » by Josh Woodward https://www.joshwoodward.com/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ What started out as a simple organic garden to grow some veggies for us this winter, has turned out to be one massive job. After getting the neighbour’s tractor in with a rotor tiller to turn in the mushroom compost & lime and to orginally break up the sod, and then again to turn in a load of sand. I discovered that there was so many rocks in the soil that the rotor tiller didn’t get deep enough into the soil, on average 4 inches. I had to revert back in time and do it the old fashion way with a shovel, finally after 4 1 /2 days of solid digging (40 hours) I got the tractor back to rotor till it again. I will post a video of what it looks like once I have it planted, the soil turned out perfect like walking on air now. Also the stone pile is freaking huge now! Related PostsBalcony Vegetable Garden Ideas for ApartmentsBalcony container vegetable garden May 2012DIY Balcony vertical garden ideasSmall vegetable garden ideasplastic Bottles Beautiful vegetable Garden ideas43 Front Yard Vegetable Garden Design Ideas
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