Winter Gardening

The bokashi bucket needed to be emptied, winter or not.

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The bucket on the right has been aged two weeks in the bucket and needs to be dumped because the bucket on the left is almost full.

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Might as well bury it in this raised bed if the ground’s not too hard.

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Dug.

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Dumped.

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And covered.

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Just for fun, trying to winter sow some native plants for wildlife. Got some of the seeds at a native seed exchange last fall at Forest Park Nature Center in Peoria Heights, Illinois, others from a “Wildlife Gardeners” friend. No, I didn’t use any bokashi juice in the planting mix. I use the dry bucket/newspaper method.

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