That’s darned good-looking muck.
Hope so, Laurie!
Cathy the muck is hot and wonderful for plants and trees. It’s his coat for Winter and with an odor that I like. Greetings from Margarita.
A ‘coat for winter’ is a great description, Margarita!
I hope so – it is the first time I have bought it in bulk like this
Now that really looks like fun. I hope the Golfer is looking forward to the opportunity.
He’s too busy reroofing the shed, John, to get involved with my muck! Hope all is well with you in your new home and you are coming to terms witrh no garden
It’s that time of year. My next post is about soil amending. I was out in the cold drizzle all afternoon playing in dirt.
Sounds fun! 😀
Oh where there’s muck there’s magic!
Everyone appears to be talking dirty at the moment!
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I’ve been mulching all the borders I’ve been weeding and tidying this week too, very satisfying.
Oh I am glad you have been able to get stuck in to all those seasonal tasks now – and everything looks so much neater when beds are mulched. I am guessing you won’t have much of a leaf issue in your garden?
The answer lies in the soil!
When I add compost or manure in this case I sometimes wonder if our gardens will be swallowed up in an increasingly deep layer of soil… 😉
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