Edenbuxx Garden - Day 1/2.
Today was officially the first day of spring for me in the sense that it finally started raining. It was also the first day I started working in the garden: Therefore the first day of documentation. The Hive blockchain is of course the perfect place to record information about your garden to study later.
The big RED building in the picture is of course a chicken coop and the smaller building to the right is also a smaller chicken coop. The bright area in between the roofs is tin. The big pole looking thing is an aspen tree. its bungee corded to the [Scrog] chicken fencing that i use to stress train my cannabis.
I will be allowed to grow more plants this season.
You can see that the garden area needs a lot of work. There is even some trash that blew inside the fence. I picked a lot of the garbage up today.
I also pulled a lot of the plastic off of the greenhouse. It needs less tarps and plastic and more wood. There is also some broken glass in the back. I am going to clean up the appearance of the greenhouse this season. I am going to pour some concrete inside and in the front of the structure.
The greenhouse is where i sprout cannabis starts early each season.
The [mini] greenhouse looks pretty ghetto right now: However, it does let a lot of light in and it is much warmer than the outside. We will be starting the seeds for the 2021 garden here. It will still be frozen outside, but above freezing inside.
It's hard to tell at this point: But the greenhouse is actually a small log cabin.
Here is a wide shot view of [most of] the gardening area. It's also a better view of the chicken fencing [scrog] that I use to stress train my cannabis. The soil contains mycelium, worms, compost, moss, peat moss, epsom salt etc. and is very rich and fertile. You can already see grass and some plants [like onions] growing!
Here is a close up of the Aspen tree. If you look to the left of the tree, you can see part of the cannabis plant from last year [bright branches]. You can see the bungee chords that hold up the sections of chicken fencing.
Here you can see the waterways that I use to keep my garden hydrated. By the scissors and clippers is a bush of sage; already growing strong! Above that is a very healthy raspberry bush. To the right of that is an area with onions growing! Further right of the picture is a compost pile. Behind the frame is the greenhouse.
End of Day 1
Day 2 of the garden I made a small area to pour some concrete. This way there will be a nice patio area in front of the greenhouse for a nice metal table and chair. Or maybe a bench.
I broke open 3 bags of concrete into my wheel barrel and mixed in some water. I realized the area was too large when i started pouring ... so I adjusted the wooden supports and also added 3 large bricks into the area with the concrete. It ended up looking very nice.
End of Day 2.
I have a lot more work to do on the greenhouse in a short amount of time: So stay tuned! As soon as the inside of the greenhouse is above freezing at night [and we compare that to the weather reports] we will plant some cannabis starts [and some vegetables of course]. I saved some seeds from last season.
I am going to rip off the tarp from the greenhouse [above] and replace it with some wood. There is also some broken glass which I will probably nail plastic over for now. I need to fix the greenhouse before the weather gets warmer! We will be growing soon.
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