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One Year in a Small Tomato Garden

May 25, 2011

Last year, I followed master gardener Lee Reich's advice for creating a weed-free, dig-free garden and since I am a photographer I documented the process through the year. Click through to see photos of a scrappy piece of lawn transform into a lush tomato-producing garden. Since I am part of a great CSA in my area, all I wanted to grow on my own were San Marzano heirloom sauce tomatoes. They were so delicious I ate them all in fresh sauces and didn't can any. http://www.jennifermay.com/blog/2011/04/one-year-in-a-small-tomato-garden/

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Thankyou for sharing the pictures. Geoff Lawton demonstrated a similar garden process in his video, "Soils". I enjoyed seeing your example of how it's done.

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