I do so admire your handiwork, Gary O'!Yes, that works.
Used a lot of it in our cabin garden.
Yeah, they now have this plexi that doesn't get all brittle after a summer of sun.I'll copy your frame and then use a mixture of plywood, hardware mesh, and plexiglass and/or plastic sheeting for the roof and walls.
Thank you so much for that, Aunt Bea. You're wise person and a special friend.Be thankful for your rocky New England soil.
Every rock you see is one less weed to pull.
A stone mulch will warm the soil and still allow moisture to get through.
Thank you, Jackie 23. You're very kind.I've just discovered your thread, Tommy, and I have to say it is wonderful!
My late husband was a gardener, he always had a vegetable garden and I have my flowers....gardening is a ongoing learning experience and it does have its challenges ....I try to instill in my children and grandchildren the joys of digging in the dirt and planting.
Keep up the good work!