Project grow your own – Preparation

I have been planning a vegetable patch in the garden for a while now however I never seem to get around to it.  This year I planned ahead and used some vouchers I had been given and bought a 4 tier greenhouse and a raised flower bed with a cloche to cover it.

While Emmy was at school I put the green house together and started to prepare the garden ready.  It was a rather big job as our garden is rather neglected.

First up was cutting the grass, then I de-weeded a patch of garden where we planned to erect the veggie patch.

Next was the hardest part, putting the raised flower bed together – I assumed this would be an easy job as I had brought it flat packed, however I soon discovered that the holes needed to be pre-drilled before I could even start.  So I had to introduce myself to a drill for the very first time, I then discovered it may have been easier to wait for a second pair of hands but never one to give up I carried on and finally won the battle.

That was rather easy in comparison to digging the garden ready – our ground is like clay and also had lots of brick residue left from when we had the fence rebuilt.  Emmy found it rather amusing though as at times I took the claw part of the hammer to the solid ground, she also enjoyed a spot of digging herself.

I’m pleased with the results though and Emmy is excited about growing her own vegetables.

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

One thought on “Project grow your own – Preparation

  1. What a great way to introduce Emmy to gardening, I can see she was being very helpful too. Keep us posted with the growing progress and thanks for linking up to Country Kids.

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