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My favorite bit of permie culture is the observing (often with a beer) bit!

Today, as I gazed at the hole one day (soon - as in this year) to become part of my Oehleresque greenhouse...
By chance the south side of said greenhouse will have an asparagus bed bordering...
Made me think - perfect border - when the sun is low, no asparagus, no blocking of rays.  When the sun high, gus give good early morning shade!
gus love any feed leeching out of greenhouse too.

Ignore if a stupid idea!

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Location: Vilonia, Arkansas - Zone 7B/8A stoney, sandy loam soil pH 6.5
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sounds like a very good experiment. I can't think of any reason it would not work.
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