Friday, June 11, 2010

Garden Magic in Kanab, Utah - Phase 3

I need to get things ready to sell at the Farmer's/Craft Market tomorrow morning so for now will just post some pictures I took of our garden this morning. 


This is really an adventure and I think things are growing quite well, considering first the freezing weather, the constant high winds, and now temperatures in the high 90s for over a week.


In a nutshell, we've transplanted several cacti found in the hills: some grew, some didn't. We bought plants and good organic planting soil to make up for the rocky, hard, poor soil here and so far it's working well, either alone of mixed with the red sandy soil here. 


Everything else we've bought for next to nothing at garage sales and thrift stores as well as found free. The birdbath bowl cost $1.00, and we found the stand in a pile of junque at the side of the road. Jim built the structure in front of the twig fence to hid the hose.


This is definitely a labor of love as well as a work in progress.








































































































































































































































































1 comment:

HENHOUSE POTTERY said...

Awww...red rock country! One of the (many) reasons I love living in Utah!

Beautiful garden!