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A Peek into the "Lasagna Method"

By ge1836
November 28, 2014

I call it the Lasagna Garden. I started it in March 2009, not realizing it needed a year for the newspaper and compost to cure and decompose the sod beneath. This new garden is 35 feet long and 25 feet wide.

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Name: Mary Stella
Anchorage, AK (Zone 4b)
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Oberon46
Nov 27, 2014 10:25 PM CST
Your new bed is lovely. And I like the way you laid it out. I would like to try it on our front lawn to make room for more plants. Just have to find things that moose don't like or that die back to the ground each fall.
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Name: Jo Ann Gentle
Pittsford NY (Zone 6a)
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ge1836
Nov 28, 2014 3:36 AM CST
That garden was started in 2009. Its in a spot where I can see it from my computer. I added a couple of stone paths to make it easier to get into it and weed.
Name: Vickie
Elberfeld, Indiana, USA (Zone 6b)
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blue23rose
Nov 28, 2014 6:00 AM CST
Very pretty, Jo Ann!
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