101 Reasons for Having Raised Beds

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Re: 101 Reasons for Having Raised Beds

Post: #284782 ina
Fri Jul 10, 2015 7:05 am

Raised beds with a view - nice!
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Re: 101 Reasons for Having Raised Beds

Post: #284783 Green Aura
Fri Jul 10, 2015 7:26 am

Stunning, isn't it. Unfortunately the price of that is the wind - 100+mph in January straight off the Atlantic, which is off to the right.

The strange thing is this little triangle was completely untouched by the wind and we hadn't put all the windbreak materials up then. The polytunnel (I'm standing in the pt doorway to take the picture) was trashed - it even buckled the heavyweight frame).
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