Horseshoe Garden

This is a small no-dig and near zero-maintenance garden started at the beginning of June. It has proven itself extremely vigorous and productive with minimal effort after the initial establishment phase.

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2 thoughts on “Horseshoe Garden

  1. Absolutely amazing results – definitely going to try your techniques. Do you have details here of the mushroom compost making, I assume you don’t buy that in?

    1. Actually we are bringing in mushroom compost from a mushroom farm. It’s made up of straw, chicken manure and gypsum. It is well composted, used to grow mushrooms for 6 weeks, steamed and discarded. This is why it’s available for cheap, transporting it on the other hand is not cheap. You could make it yourself, but when setting up a large garden you may need a few tons of it. We got a truck load and used all of it in a few weeks, also 4 large loads of woodchips. Fertility for years to come! 😀

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