Here's the plan. Take a landscaping rake and go to the Corn Patch Garden, up the street from my home on Casto Lane, 6 houses up. It's our biggest garden property. Many of you have been there and know what I am talking about. You'll see that we've marked ALL of the plots now: Plot 1, Plot 2, etc. with bright yellow laminated cards. Make sure that they are all still in tact or fix them if they are falling out.
With a landscaping rake, start to break up the dirt in one plot at a time and smooth it out. Take one plot at a time and get them smooth, ready for planting. Right now the ground is very lumpy, especially at the Corn Patch Garden and it each plot needs to be smoothed out. Do what you can, keep track of your own time and leave whenever you like. All the plots just need to be smoothed out, ready to start planting in about a week from now.
They are ALL looking SOOOOOOOOOO good right now. I'm getting really excited!!! Plus the Mayor of Holladay and the city manager, Dennis Webb and Randy Fitts, are excited to see what we are doing with our Garden Group. They are VERY supportive with our cause and so are all of the land owners right now!
At the Corn Patch, Susan, the property owner and my relative, calls us the Little Garden Gnomes, since we do all of this work and she never sees us there much. She says, "It's like we go to sleep and wake up with all this new progress in the garden!!" They are very excited to see it evolve.