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our last garden installation in the main part of our homestead - the "lazy river" garden

 
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We love movement all of our gardens and had an area where we had planted fruit trees a few years ago, but time got the best of us and it went no further.  This crazy summer weather in the middle of what was suppose to be winter allowed us to do a lot of finishing what we should have started.  This garden has permanent crop beds on contour with fruit tree guilds waiting to be completely planted and a Hugle "U" mapping out the western most edge.  We should be able to get an amazing amount of production out of this space.
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Nice to see what you've done, and quite interesting.  Please post and share more pics as the seasons change and things develop.
 
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