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Re: Material between 4x4 boxes.

Post  miinva on 5/11/2010, 9:46 pm

Hmmm... you could try a 3D approach and put something in place for it to go up, over, or around Smile I know what you mean though, squash can get HUGE!

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Post  Megan on 5/11/2010, 9:59 pm

The name of one of my squashes is "Rampicante"... does that suggest anything to you?

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Post  miinva on 5/11/2010, 10:00 pm

A shade garden shaded by your squash plant? *giggle*

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Post  Megan on 5/11/2010, 10:02 pm

lol... quite possibly. One of the reviews on the vendor's website says something along the lines of "plant it and get out of the way!"

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Post  miinva on 5/11/2010, 10:07 pm

Oh man, now I'm thinking I need to plant some and build an arbor!

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Post  Megan on 5/11/2010, 10:10 pm

My extra seed is out on loan but you are welcome to try some, if you dare. Twisted Evil

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Kudos!!

Post  llang43 on 5/24/2010, 4:00 pm

That's one attractive garden. I love the homemade pavers from molds. I do have a love for slate too, so I think that's where it comes from! You enjoy that lovely garden!

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Post  unit649 on 6/11/2013, 12:20 am

@Theresa wrote:This is what we use between our SFG's, it is a cement stone look walk. My husband has a mold that he uses to make it with. He doesn't remove the grass, he just pours the cement right on top of it. I remove any grass from between the box and walk and I've added different ground covers to the area around the boxes to keep any weeds or grass from growing there. As we add new boxes to our SFG area, he adds more walk.

Theresa, did your husband use the pro finish concrete or just regular sidewalk mix? Also do they just come out with the white color or did he use something extra to get that beautiful white. I love the look of your path!
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