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Goodbye to my SFG Raised Beds

Post  jimmy cee on 11/8/2017, 11:35 am

Well folks I'm done with raised beds forever...Took me 2 weeks to tear down what I put together in 15 years.
Had to do it in order for my mouse to be saleable.
I will, however continue gardening in the SFG mode using containers.
My compost in time will be active and nourishing my plants.
I am in my new home but not in living quarters yet, a lot of extra work is being performed before bad weather sets in.
Just though I'd touch base, my containers will eventually be here, bright and bristling as I can get them.
I so miss the closeness I've had with you folks and hope that can be revived soon...
God bless you all
Jimmy C




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Post  trolleydriver on 11/8/2017, 11:54 am

Good to hear from you Jimmy C.  I'm not surprised that it took so long to take down your raised beds. They looked very (and I mean very) sturdy. The new place looks great and I am sure you will enjoy it. Keep us posted.

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Post  jimmy cee on 11/10/2017, 7:39 pm

@trolleydriver wrote:Good to hear from you Jimmy C.  I'm not surprised that it took so long to take down your raised beds. They looked very (and I mean very) sturdy. The new place looks great and I am sure you will enjoy it. Keep us posted.

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Oh yea TD, I'll be aposting once settled. I may even get myself one of thos new confounded technical camera....but my son introduced me to the I phone and the camera on that little puppy is hard to beat....
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Post  yolos on 11/10/2017, 8:53 pm

@jimmy cee wrote:
@trolleydriver wrote:Good to hear from you Jimmy C.  I'm not surprised that it took so long to take down your raised beds. They looked very (and I mean very) sturdy. The new place looks great and I am sure you will enjoy it. Keep us posted.

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Oh yea TD, I'll be aposting once settled. I may even get myself one of thos new confounded technical camera....but my son introduced me to the I phone and the camera on that little puppy is hard to beat....
Hey Jimmy C.  The I phone is the only thing I have used to take pictures in years.  Works great.
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Post  Scorpio Rising on 11/11/2017, 9:32 am

Hey Jimmy!  The camera phones are really good quality these days.  I have an iPhone too and it takes great pictures!  Can’t wait to hear about your new adventures in gardening again!  Miss your input and wisdom!
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Post  jimmy cee on 11/11/2017, 10:19 am

@Scorpio Rising wrote:Hey Jimmy!  The camera phones are really good quality these days.  I have an iPhone too and it takes great pictures!  Can’t wait to hear about your new adventures in gardening again!  Miss your input and wisdom!
Not quite sure about that wisdom thing...LOL....
In thinking about container gardening, I believe I'll be making my own containers.
I made a few couple of year ago and they worked out very nicely.
A roll of wire cut to what ever size I wanted, heigh and width. Then worked inside a good quality weed barrier fabric. This allow air circulation and great drainage. Able to move around if a suitable bottom is added in beginning. Those purchased containers that I like are just to expensive for my tastes. Picture below is similar to my ideas...and they can be made as wise as one wants....Interesting thought, a round raised bed...

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Post  Scorpio Rising on 11/11/2017, 6:32 pm

@jimmy cee wrote:
@Scorpio Rising wrote:Hey Jimmy!  The camera phones are really good quality these days.  I have an iPhone too and it takes great pictures!  Can’t wait to hear about your new adventures in gardening again!  Miss your input and wisdom!
Not quite sure about that wisdom thing...LOL....
In thinking about container gardening, I believe I'll be making my own containers.
I made a few couple of year ago and they worked out very nicely.
A roll of wire cut to what ever size I wanted, heigh and width. Then worked inside a good quality weed barrier fabric. This allow air circulation and great drainage. Able to move around if a suitable bottom is added in beginning. Those purchased containers that I like are just to expensive for my tastes. Picture below is similar to my ideas...and they can be made as wise as one wants....Interesting thought, a round raised bed...

I love it, plus you can customize the size/shape for your usage and site requirements.  Great idea!
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Post  hammock gal on 11/13/2017, 8:00 am

Sorry to see your raised beds go, but it looks like you've already got a handle on your next phase of gardening!   Love the looks of that porch, with the comfy chairs and the grill. Will it be screened in eventually? I have to say that my screened porch, is the best money I've ever spent. The screens make it possible to sit out there at night...and no bugs!!! But screens or not, it looks like that beautiful porch will get a lot of use. okay
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Post  Turan on 11/15/2017, 4:41 pm

SO good to see you pop up again, Jimmy
I like the idea of the very customable breathable containers. I wonder if they will need extra watering, but maybe they will work with a reservoir?
Keep us posted!

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