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What did I do to prep this week?
By Bev Sandlin, Executive Editor
I would like to thank everyone for their wonderful articles this week! Absolutely inspiring some of the ideas that you are sharing!
I’m going to share a little bit of my garden this week with you. Never know, there might be a couple of things you could use here. :-)
Are you familiar with perennial onions? Yes, even in Minnesota! They are used more like chives—just the greens for a taste adventure.
I planted the rhubarb under my dwarf apple trees as a living mulch. Note the asphalt shingles left over from a project? EXCELLENT EDGING! They have stayed in place even in the flood waters when the heavy 4×4 wood beams floated away. Note how some of the grass is hay height? Too wet yet to mow! Plus I can run my lawnmower wheels on them and edge the grass perfectly. AND if I want worms, I just lift them up and pick the worms and nightcrawlers up! Excess shingles can often be had for free after a roofing project is done. They are light, easy to move and can be formed into curves and circles. NO DIGGING – I like that!
Okay Patriots, what did YOU do this week to prepare?
Life wasn’t so easy 70 years ago…
In God We Trust
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