Photo gallery

Love that lawn…….gone.

In the Beginning…..

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Aug. 2008-A new home: look at all that beautiful brown lawn!

A plus-easy to back the U-Haul right up to the house to unload...

Easy to back the U-Haul up to the house and unpack...

Phase 1 Lawn Conversion – Spring 1999:

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Bring in the soil while access is easy.....

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Because once the new fence is up, there's no more 4-wheeling.

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The 1st garden inhabitant: a relocated rosemary.

Nice to have more privacy, but still a lot of lawn to mow, you think?

Nice to have more privacy, but still a lot of lawn to mow, you think?

Phase 2 Lawn Conversion & Garden Expansion – August 2004:

Too much lawn!  12 cu. yards of Ferti-Loam delivered for rototilling once the fence is moved forward.

Too much lawn! 12 cu. yards of Ferti-Loam delivered for rototilling once the fence is moved forward.

Preparing fence for move 20 feet forward; grapevine must go.

Preparing fence for move 20 feet forward; grapevine must go.

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Garage-side fence before move

Fence panels down

Fence panels down

Removing the posts...

Removing the posts...

The magic genie finishing up fence alignment

The magic genie finishing up fence alignment

New beds formed the next spring

New beds formed the next spring-2005

Progress...in progress...2008

Progress...in progress...2008

Squash, basil, lavender, euphorbia, jasmine - 2008

Squash, basil, lavender, euphorbia, jasmine - 2008

This brings you up to the “Phase 3” communal garden project documented in blog entries beginning in May 2009……

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