Plain cardboard gets saved for the garden on this sandy urban farm.
One out-of-hand area is gently being reclaimed using:
- A small piece of time
- The blessed cardboard
- And sugar cane mulch
In this way I’ll find the floor of the front orchard again and (once finished) top the whole lot off with a deep layer of hoop pine mulch. A favourite as it’s not a dry, dry bark mulch and seems to keep a tree and bush garden happily weed free.
Here’s a peek at the task ahead.
And this is how the weeding stays weeded. 😊👍
This is the progress from 3 of those small time slots. Oh, and the time slots are not small because I’m busy, it’s because I can’t face anything longer. 😊😊😊
These bushes and trees give privacy to our front deck spot in the summer breeze. Kaffir lime, Tahitian lime, curry leaf tree alongside a Port Wine Magnolia and some small growing Lilly Pilly bushes.
So any work completed here improves my view immensely.
Wishing you a Joy filled week.