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Artificial grass for dog potty on walk

You can find more helpful info on the different systems in the next section but first how I have designed my garden for the dogs.

I have put a large section of this area of my garden for the dogs to potty in and in this area I have put in some “Artificial Grass”. This keeps the ground clean and tidy, for the dogs and for us when we do have an accident and get muddy. It works really well.

Why I have decided to use Artificial Grass

It is cheap and easy to keep the area clear

It cleans up after the dogs

It is more effective and quicker than a solid floor in making a mess

It looks much better than old and rickety, wood slats or concrete

I think there is a lot of people who have bought and ld these in their gardens but for me, I think it is better value for money than a solid floor and gives a more realistic look to my garden. It costs approx £40-50 to replace a concrete or stone floor and the work is very invasive for the whole garden and could be dangerous if the dog moves into another part of the garden. For me the time and effort that I have put in to make this garden for my dogs is now worth it and I am very happy.

To cover the ground I have used “Artificial Grass” in a large area of my garden. I have ld out the grid of the grass in the shape of a house by using the garden stakes that I already have, this time I have also used metal rods that I have cut down the middle to make the rods. I have then used some wire to make “cross wires” across the grid.

Here is a picture of the shape and layout I have used.

To keep the grass down I have used two different types of grass:

“Turf grass”

“Perennial grass”

Turf grass can be damaged if it gets a lot of rn. This can mean it will need replacing. Perennial grass such as Stachys byzantina will need replacing every two years.

The “Grass” has been ld out in one long area and is covered with a plastic edging. I have used a black plastic edging so it will get darker as it ages.

I haven’t used anything on the outside of the grass to stop any weeds getting into the grass which can make it die. The grass grows over time and so weeds will grow underneath the grass and can mean you have to keep an eye on this or when you pull the grass up there will be the weeds underneath. If you cut the weeds then it means that they will be growing back the next year.

After the grass has been ld down I have had a very “weedless” vegetable plot ld out. This is a “weedless vegetable plot” means that no chemicals need to be used and no weeding needed. It is all grown organically and so you need to weed and water. Here is a picture of the “weedless” vegetable plot.

I have used compost and manure on the “weedless” plot. The manure is spread in a grid and as the plants are grown up around the manure they can use it and the nutrients in it. The compost has been spread on top of the manure to give it some moisture to feed the plants in.

I am trying to get my vegetable plot to grow the following plants:

Radishes

Cauliflower

Celery

Butterfly Broccoli

Lettuce

Peas

Beans

Swiss Chard

Cucumbers

Tomatoes

Carrots

Kale

Mustard

Broccoli

Radish

Radish

Lettuce

Onions

Garlic

Onions

Cucumber

The seeds have been covered with composted cow manure and when the seeds germinate I will use some of the compost mixed with peat moss to help the seedlings grow. I will also thin out the seedlings so that they are not too crowded. Once the seedlings have been thinned out I will then grow them on a rsed bed that is made of pea stones. The pea stones are just placed on top of a compost pile and will allow the moisture to drn from the compost so that it will be better for the plants. After the seedlings have been on their pea stone beds for a couple of weeks I will then transplant them into the rsed beds. This will be the final step in getting the vegetable garden going.

The pea stones will also be used for growing the flowers and other plants in the garden. The pea stones will be placed over an area of the garden to plant vegetables. When the garden is complete the pea stones will just be removed and replaced with clean soil so the vegetables will be growing in a clean area of the garden.

This year I want to work on the following crops:

Peas

Cauliflower

Onion

Garlic

Broccoli

Lettuce

Radish

Swiss Chard

Carrot

I will also be growing various herbs including sage, mint and dill so that I can make some great herbal teas for myself and the family. There will be some fruit in the garden as well, including pears and apples.

I also plan on having a greenhouse for the coming year. I plan on using a small propane or electric greenhouse so that the greenhouse can stay warm in the winter. The greenhouse will also help the garden grow earlier in the spring. This year I will also be making some small rsed beds for cucumbers and other early season vegetables. The small rsed beds will also be filled with compost so that it will be easy to keep the garden clean.

I have already planted my seeds this year and I am looking forward to seeing all of the fruits of my labor come fall!

We have been living in our new home for just over a month and a half now. We feel that we have finally found a place to live that is cozy and comfortable. It has two bedrooms, a bathroom, a little kitchen and a living room. The kitchen is mostly empty because we still have to remodel it to our liking.

I am sure we will use this space to cook and eat many delicious meals in the coming year. However, I also want to be able to grow some of my own food to eat.

Before we bought this house, I was growing some of my own food, mostly carrots, kale, and broccoli. We also had a few herbs growing in pots on the patio of our old house. Since we have moved here I will be growing my herbs in pots on the patio.

I also plan on buying some of my own seeds for vegetables and some herbs. After I grow those up, I will move them into the garden outside. I also have a few friends who have a couple of gardens, so I am hoping that I will be able to work with them. One of my friends, Anna, and