May – A Terraced Garden

I’ve always wanted a terraced garden, and the sloping hillsides on No Rhyme or Reason Farm definitely need terracing.  A match made in heaven, I suppose, except for the sweating and sore muscles that came along with it.  My new fenced in space is now terraced for all the things that will permanently reside in the garden —  fruit trees, raspberry bushes, blueberry bushes, strawberries and asparagus.  And I have space left over in the lower part of the garden for potatoes and squash and whatever else I can shoe-horn in as the growing season gets going.

Now I just have to be patient and wait — and wait — and wait for the fruits of our labors.

Fruit trees, raspberry bushes, blueberry bushes and strawberries.
All sloping down hill in plain sight of the bee hives — I sure hope they know to come pollinate my garden.


One thought on “May – A Terraced Garden

  1. The terraced garden is pretty, and it will look great once the fruit trees and other crops begin to grow! The property is perfectly suited to terracing. Best wishes in the latest expansion of your garden!


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