More from Betsy's townhouse garden in New Yorkcomments (33) February 20th, 2013 in blogs
Today we're revisiting a garden from one of my favorite posts. We first featured Betsy Thompson's garden back in June of 2012 (refresh your memory HERE). If you'll recall, she lives in a townhouse outside Albany, New York, and in order to garden in her back yard, she hauls everything through her house. THROUGH HER HOUSE! Mulch, plants, amendments...whew! Anyway, the last time we saw her garden it was in spring. Today we're seeing it in fall. (Betsy sent me these photos a while ago....better late than never, right?? Sorry, Betsy....) Betsy says that she took these photos on October 1st, and reminds us that her garden has no lawn and is just 22 feet wide and 100 feet deep. You'll find much more info in the captions. Enjoy! And thanks so much again, Betsy, for sharing your garden with us!
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