Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Beginnings Of A Winter Garden

Good Horsey

I think I should have been a bit more descriptive with this photo montage:
Photo #1 - lovely Arab mare, Emi, aka the compost maker.
Photo #2 - gigantic pile of composted horse poop, courtesy of Emi.
Photo #3 - red worms happily breaking down the horse poop.
Photo #4 - composted horse poop being shoveled onto and mixed into garden beds.
Photo #5 - Chard, broccoli and arugula starts.
Photo #6 - the compost maker up close and personal.

Ah, country life!

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  1. You reminded me that I have to start planning now for what I would like to do later. What a sweet-looking horse you have.

  2. Nice horsey!
    It's too wet here for much of a winter garden...although I did have Brussels sprouts and leeks the first year. I just hated slogging down to the garden to pick anything! What are you planting?

  3. Looks like its going to be a very healthy garden with all those worms working!! Horsey looks very gentle and has gorgeous eyes.

  4. So that's how it's done. Very cool. Very beautiful horsey.


  5. You would not believe how I shriek whenever I see an earth worm! don't laugh :D

  6. Very cool. I am jealous that you live somewhere where you can actually garden in the winter. (Have I mentioned lately how I hate winter here?)

  7. Oh Gosh, this is great! I loved the pictures of the poop and horsy Too, too funny!!!!


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