Planter boxes, that is.
Now that we are done remodeling the interior of TheNewDiggs, our attention is turning to the yard. We're going to start by fixing up the front yard, the border beds, really....and trying to figure out how to hide (but leave accessible) the city back-flow thingy that is an ugly eyesore right there on the front lawn.
But I'm also starting to more seriously ponder vegetable gardening in TheBack40, as we call it. It's a huge space to garden in. Over the past 2 years while we've worked on the interior, I've been watching the sun and the water, to see where everything lands naturally. We've taken some gardening classes, started to compost (sort of...we need to ramp it up, though).
I'm not ready to install a full vegetable garden until I am living there full time (another year and a half away), but it's not too early to start the design process. It's not to early to start researching surfaces that are wheelchair friendly, beds that are narrow and easy to reach across from a seated position, raised beds that have a edge on them that can be sat on.
I made the mistake at YeOldHouse of putting in some raised bed that I can't get a wheelchair out to. Stupid! I have the perfect spot to grow stuff, and I can't get out there to prattle around in the garden. I wont make that mistake twice!
So that's what I'm doing. Planning, planning, researching, researching....saving up for pathway materials and someone to help install them. Daydreaming, really. But hopefully with a tangible end in sight!