Lasagna Gardening – Two Months Later
Remember my lazy version of the late to the game lasagna garden I created?
Well, it’s been two months. Nothing is really planted in it yet (soon. I think. I hope.), but the soil is absolutely gorgeous. Black, full of worms, and healthy looking. Luscious almost. A girl could get spoiled by this kind of dirt.
Also, as you can see, I’m incredibly easy to buy a present for. If it contains dirt, worms, or chicken poop, I’m a happy girl.
Yes, Troy is a lucky man.
Back in March, there was a part of the garden bed that I only covered in straw because a few tulips were getting ready to bloom. This is what the soil looks like now in that patch:
Here is the soil under the layers of cardboard, shredded paper, leaves, and straw looks like:
I am a believer in lasagna gardening. Less than 45 minutes of work for amazing healthy soil? I couldn’t haul and spread bags of compost in 45 minutes and get those same results.
Next test? If stuff will actually grow in it! Stay tuned. I know you’re on the edge of your seat.