Mulch Ado About Nothing

No time for a real post right now, but here’s a shot of the herb and fruit garden that’s just about done. It looks a little corporate right now, but as things fill in the mulch to green ratio should reverse. The post title courtesy of Milo, who just started saying it for some reason.

6 comments to Mulch Ado About Nothing

  • Heather

    You posted this in the time it took me to read the last post. Tricky, speedy devil.

  • Brooke

    Very nice. I like the brick pavers. But I hate the bark. Reminds me of getting splinters as a kid.

  • Jen of A2eatwrite

    It looks like a good start to the garden.

    I love it when young children pick up on a phrase.

  • Zoomie

    A chip off the old block, Milo, complete with phrases and wood chips.

  • cookiecrumb

    Wow. Looks like your garden can't NOT grow this time of year, in your neck of the woods. Lush.
    Good luck.

  • peter

    Blanche ¡Andale!

    Brooke: Well, I don't love the bark, but it's cheap, it greys with time, and the greenery will cover it as the blueberries and raspberries expand.

    Jen: I just can't figure out where he heard it.

    Zoomie: Ha. Nice one.

    CC: We've had a perfect spring, with alternating rain and sun. I'll post veg. garden pics when I'm done mulching it.

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