Devon Olsen wrote:^well Alex, I may have to agree with you that chicken looks pretty french lol
great pics though, makes me want amaranth now... i was kinda on the fence b4
Eva Taylor wrote:This is the finished hugel bed in our field it's about 6 feet high and 30 feet wide...
Guarren cito wrote:Thomas, Do you direct seed your tomatoes or transplant them? Same goes with your other crops - do you transplant anything or just sow them? I would love to see pictures! Big hugels is the only way to go!!
I have three little 2x5x2 foot beds with annuals, clover, dandelions and perrenial onions.
I'm in zone 4 east coast.
Thomas West wrote:Hooray for going big with Hugel beds!
"The size of your hugel bed you could feed a very large family and make a decent chunk of change selling your excess produce. "
Irene Kightley wrote:
Dense planting in shade and very dry soil under oak trees - this planting and the large shrubs behind it protects our house from the west wind
Leila Rich wrote:
It's winter here, and while things are looking sad and cold, that white stuff is calcium I'd just chucked around, not snow!
1 You can just see the red rocoto chillies in amonst the black passionfruit vine. Need a temperate-climate climbing perennial chilli that has fruit all through winter?
Brian Jeffrey wrote:
OH LA LA !!
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