It’s hard to believe that this 30 Day Gardening Challenge has gone by pretty quickly.
Well, we have two days to go, but I’ve covered a lot of ground.
And I’ve learned some valuable gardening lessons over almost 30 days of daily gardening chores.
For one, “The Hillside” (as I refer to the hillside behind my house that is totally wild like a tropical jungle) is going to take much more time. I should hire some professional gardeners to take over, but… I’m more concerned about using that money toward more substantial goals, like creating a concrete walkway with some steps.
But yes, that hillside is going to take a long time and I have to be committed to continuing the work.
Much of the work involves:
- 1. Chopping down dead trees (that can be used for fire wood).
- 2. Pruning and shaping the tress and shrubs.
- 3. Conditioning the soil.
- 4. Planting new trees and shrubs.
Today’s Garden Photos
It took a lot of work to bring the garden back to good form.
It’s going to take much more time and effort to continue on. But, I’m dedicated to working a little bit each day.
Still, I’ve completed a lot in almost 30 days of staying focused on improving and renewing the garden.