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In the last gardening video, we shared all the steps we’ve taken to preparing soil for gardening. To really put the cherry on top, we’ve decided to lay down a layer of much even before we get our seeds or plants in.
As you’ll see addressed in the video, there are many types of materials that can be used for mulch and while we’d like to cover our garden with wood chips as supposedly they hold the most moisture, pine needs (or pine straw) is what we have laying around the property so I decided to use that.
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