Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: The Buds Of My Labour

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming #8: Getting Rid Of The Grass

Getting Rid Of The Grass

It’s been a long, good, tiring day of gardening. Finally cut away the grass from the section with the #flowers. The grass was super healthy and green and my plants were dying or suffering. This was an important lesson. Flowers and grass, don’t always mix.

Jamaican Urban Organic Farming: Getting Rid Of The Grass

Finally cut away the #grass from the section with the #flowers.

This amatuer gardener is certainly learning alot. I added a thin layer of sawdust, as you can see in the bottom image. It really brought out the green plants.


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