Jim shows how high the corn has grown in the Crop Circle.
It took more than nine back-breaking hours of weeding, but the crop circle is now nearly ready for planting! All I need to do is add another yard-and-a-half of composted chicken manure and rototill it in.
Most readers of this blog known that the “Crop Circle” garden sits in a 28-foot circle in the middle of a circular driveway we put in back in 2007. Of all the gardens on our property, it is my favorite.
It’s no secret that my favorite garden is the “Crop Circle” garden that I built in the middle of a circular driveway.
Here are the corn rows in the crop circle garden ... today I laid out the soaker hoses along each row. There also will be Jalapeno, Anaheim and Hatch red chiles in this garden, as well as Butternut Squash.