A few weeks ago, Leo built some raised beds for our garden. We’ve never had raised beds before now. But last year we had so many weeds in our garden that we decided that we needed to do something different this year.
Before we filled the beds with soil, we consulted with Al Jeffords, who we buy our bedding plants from, about what mixture of soil we needed. Al called Tony Melton who is our Clemson Extension Agent. He recommended a mixture of compost, top soil, and sand. We used a mixture of Black Cow and big bags of commercial potting soil.
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Yesterday Leo and I rode over to J and W Greenhouses to get some bedding plants to fill those beds. Al Jeffords and Robert Warr own the greenhouses. Al used to be the agricultural teacher, and his father before him, at Lamar High School before retiring and starting this business. That’s Al in the red shirt, and Leo’s looking at all the plants.
We should have lettuce, radishes, and onions for a salad in less than 30 days. You can’t get any fresher than that! Leave me a comment about a good dressing to put on that salad.
Till next time, Jane