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Varmint-proof Covered Raised Salad Bed

26 Apr

Varmint-proof Covered Raised Salad Bed

Just an idea:

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2 Responses to “Varmint-proof Covered Raised Salad Bed”

  1. sansley April 26, 2012 at 10:13 AM #

    I think something like this would be great! I’m not sure the tomato seedlings we brought outside before the flood are going to make it; you think it’s worth it to start more tomato seedlings now?

    • Deborah Van Wetering April 26, 2012 at 11:17 AM #

      I have 5 healthy “regular” tomato seedlings for transplant, but not this weekend; I haven’t yet properly hardened them off and I think it’s a bit cool for them out there as is.

      It’s technically a bit late to start tomatoes from seed, but worth trying some small-fruit cherry tomatoes and one of the cold-resistant varieties of standard fruit if we have some seeds and anyone knows what that might be (I don’t). The cherry tomatoes, especially, might reward our efforts.

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