Bound for the garden? Some have worms included.
I know, it may look like a truck full of firewood and for the the most part, you would be right. Most of it was cut for firewood BUT if you have been keeping up with my blogs, you know that two major things have happened in the past few months.
My furnace has been retired and I do not have plans to replace it AND I made the mistake of going to a seed swap where a young lady came in with almost every seed my current seed store is selling.
So how does that relate to a new garden bed? Well, I need new beds to grow all the seeds I have AND to give the bed a good source of rotting material underneath and to store moisture, I chose to make some of them by a hugelkutur, layered, lasagna or in-ground composting method.
There are probably 50 other names for the method but I placed the logs in a trough of ground that I made with the tiller and grading blade. More about this effort can be found here: http://www.gardengleanings.com/gardening-2/the-start-of-new-raised-beds-using-lo... (No advertisements, affiliate links or email gathering)
A quick shout out to Dr. Navid Monajjem. I am TRYING to behave and so far, so good. Doc took a cyst off my back last week and he wanted me to reduce my bending over. I have been, but that warm weather the last few days just beat down my resolve.