We finished our No Dig garden along a south west facing stone wall built in the early 18th century. We smothered the existing vegetation and layered on a generous 25-30cm of compost before making our paths by simply stepping them down and covering them with a thin layer of woodchips.
We added some seaweed dust and volcanic rock dust to kick start the new beds and to amend a range of minerals the compost didn’t contain, until now. Most of the new beds have already been planted up with plant propagation material, rhubarb and elephant garlic which we’ll have a video coming up about soon. More Winter veg to be planted in the remaining beds yet.