It’s official… we’re urban farmers! The tricks to our success? Creating a nutrient-rich environment (tilling our own organic soil and compost, sand, coconut husks, and organic fertilizer) for our fruits and veggies to flourish in and doing nothing.
About six weeks ago we constructed and planted some planter boxes. After planting, we basically did nothing but monitor nature doing it’s thing. Job well done, nature!
Here’s how our kale box started in early March:
And at the end of March:
The next week:
This past weekend:
Thanks, kale, for a delicious dinner!
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I’ll try again: nice photos! Very garden-to-table!