Since moving in our home in 2007, I’ve had multiple failed attempts at growing a high country garden at an elevation of 7,680 feet where we have 8 months of snow on the ground annually. I remember the very first garden was when our boys were still little. I planted a 5’ x 8’ ground level garden bed against a north-facing wall and surrounded it with a one-foot river rock wall. We took pictures, went to bed satisfied, and ready to start our journey. For you more seasoned gardeners, you’re probably shaking your head right now because you already see all of the mistakes I made 😏. The next morning, I woke up to the rock wall fence toppled over and a big dog turd right in the middle of the new garden. I was so livid with that darn dog, but I cleaned everything up and put up some railing to keep her out. The next morning, she toppled the fences again and spun out in the garden creating a horrible mess. I gave up on gardening that year.…
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