The Donkey Doo in the Fruit Garden that we brought in last fall has composted down nicely and is ready to grow some pumpkins this summer. I ran the tiller through it and gotta say-I hate using a tiller. Noisy, difficult. Glad I don't have to use it but once a year tilling "doo".
And since it's Spring, that means another Hauling Day . The neighbors' Donkeys have been extra busy this winter and we had extra. So , we made one pile that is 10'wide and 20' long that we put behind the vegetable garden. And the rest got distributed to (new)flower borders...............
I'm having to extend the new East Border before I even have it planted. I don't know what I was thinking--with the plans I had made, it's going to have to be much wider. This load of Donkey Doo is a start. I'm still proceeding with planting in the bed I had set up last fall--I just have to work around the fact that right now-it's not wide enough.
And in the Front border, I laid out a cardboard base to help smother weedy groundcover from previous owner on the west side of the front porch. I hadn't planned on getting to this bed until next year, but with extra loads of Donkey Doo this year, I figured what the heck!