Originally Posted by cboe
Hi all, I am new to the forum, and I find it very interesting.
I have a question! I have in my back yard about 100 thorn lesss black berriese plants. named cascade delites. this year I lost over half of them from some sort of I don't know. they seemed to have got sun burned. but I don't think so because the ones that under a apple tree got hit.
Has anyone ever experanced this?
For thousands of years, men and women have used raised garden beds, also called elevated gardens or box gardens, to beautify their home environment as well as to provide food and nutrition. As you plan your garden bed there are some considerations that will be helpful in selecting the best design for your situation. In determining the design that is best suited for your family the following considerations will be beneficial to your endeavor.
1. How much space do you have available for
My apartment building neighbors (6 apts in a large old house, on 2 acres in Maryland) have decided to plan out a joint garden for next spring. We're getting ready as well, and very excited.
I have some pepper plants in a big pot in my backyard; this squash-like plant with yellow flowers started showing up. Does anyone know if this is a weed or something edible. Please see the pictures.