Tuesday, April 19, 2011

curb appeal...

Landscaping on tap for the day.  Sorted through my pallet supply to set up some cattle guards for my waterboxx test with the palo verde trees.  Sprouts are looking good but need to get some chicken wire to add to the critter guards to keep the rabbits away from the fresh greens and water supply going into place.  79,96,56,0,B

10 comments:

Ted said...

Time changes every thing what was nothing is now an oasis for all those critters. Now it will take a fence to keep them out.

frakier said...

I'm having to put up a fence to keep my dogs out of mt garden, they think you are supposed to walk on the rows instead of between them. Found some of my smaller plants mashed under what appeared to be a medium sized dinosaur foot print. Took a lesson from you and started stacking some of the many rocks we grown around here as part of the fence.

markiesparkie said...

Nice looking homestead there, John. I like the hovoc played on my screen by all the parallellity of the tin on the roof. Did you wrap the shovel and pick handles so you could find them?

Wayne said...

Wow green house looking very nice John! Have you decided on type of growing you are going to do? Hydroponics, Aeroponics or just in the dirt raised gardens?

Larry G said...

that really is a fine looking structure!

A question given the recent wild weather ... are your shipping container corners bolted to their concrete supports?

Mark DeKruyter said...

The Field Lab is really looking good......congrats....

tffnguy said...

6:00 PM Saturday John.

dan said...

hey its Dan....i found my cat eating my peppers and tomatoes!!!!! forget the rabbits, i need to guard my crops from my own family!! lol...note to self...install a door on the greenhouse.

JCK said...

Hey, that really is an impressive structure.

Allen Hare said...

What an awesome structure you have built there. Talk about curb appeal, especially when those trees come up!