Garden Photos from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

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A big THANK YOU to everyone who has sent in their photographs and stories. I hope by sharing other peoples pictures and stories here on One Hundred Dollars a Month we can all have a rock star garden this summer. Keep them coming!

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Check out these gorgeous photos Jodee sent in of her backyard garden.

Here’s what she had to say:

Hi Mavis,

I subscribe to your blog at work and look forward to it every day! I live close to downtown Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and I am doing my best to grow as much food as possible on my little spot. I am always working on something around my house (currently a better coop for my three “girls”), but the main project this year was growing more food. This spring, I took out most of my lawn to add growing space. I started my seeds in my spare bedroom towards the beginning of March and started enough for my brother’s garden, too.

garden beds

Instead of digging up the existing grass, I laid down newspapers and layered them with alfalfa, leaves, three kinds of compost and some top soil. I then planted two apple trees and planted potatoes, cabbages, peppers, sweet potatoes, eggplants, pumpkins, zucchini, acorn squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, watermelon and broccoli. Of course I had to fit some flowers in there, too.

garden beds

I honestly wasn’t planning on putting EVERYTHING in my front yard, but I thought the spring rains had drowned my first little plants, so I planted more… nothing died and the zucchini gifting has begun!

sunflowers in raised beds

In my raised beds on the side of the house I have tomatoes, beans, broccoli, cauliflower, and sunflowers that are about 10 feet tall right now. I have three chickens that give me eggs pretty much every day and when I finish their new coop, I will send you pictures of that as well.

Hope you enjoy my yard – I have really enjoyed yours over the last year.

Jodee

Holy cow Jodee, your raised garden beds are beautiful. Everything is so lush and green. Keep up the good work!

~Mavis

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Comments

  1. randy menninghaus says:

    I love how you used kidney and round forms that move you through the lawn

  2. Love how you worked your gardens right into your yard! I want to make some new flower beds in my yard, and I may just use the newspaper and mulch technique that you described! (It will be much easier than how I typically make a flower bed, which typically involves blisters!)

  3. Beautiful! I have a side yard I’d LOVE to turn into this! Simple yet artistic….love that metal art sculpture piece in the flower bed!

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